MATRIXSYNTH: Simply Having a Wonderful Casiotone

Saturday, December 12, 2020

Simply Having a Wonderful Casiotone


Alfonse

"Reinterpreting a classic slice of seasonal cheese via the Casio MT400V (1984), with a brief appearance from the Casio SK-100 sampling keyboard (1987).

You're welcome.

The main synth sound is the Harpsichord voice with sustain switched on and using the envelope of the analogue filter in "Waw" mode to mimic the delay on the original recording. High string sound is the Violin voice with filter resonance applied to thin it out a bit further and the bass sound is the Clarinet, with a short envelope and resonance applied to the filter to add a nice gritty attack. The main part was recorded to tape and then to a DAW, where reverb was added.

Season's greetings to you all.

ALFONSE
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1 comment:

  1. And yet this sounds less cheesy and more entertaining than the original version...

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