MATRIXSYNTH: Casio Spectrum Dynamic synths --- HT-700 + MT-600 = HT-1300???

Saturday, August 08, 2020

Casio Spectrum Dynamic synths --- HT-700 + MT-600 = HT-1300???


Alfonse

"The MT-600 was a preset version of the HT-700 and has the same factory sounds, but without the opportunity to modify any of them. They're digital synths that use Casio's SD "Spectrum Dynamic" synthesis method, with digitally-controlled analogue filters. While the top of the range HT-6000 had up to 4 oscillators per voice, these each only have 1 oscillator per voice, but since I had both hanging around in my synth lair, why not string them together via MIDI and build myself a hybrid...?

Stereo outputs were recorded from each keyboard and reverb was added during mixdown. Drums were added courtesy of the Boss Dr Rhythm DR-110 (1983).

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