MATRIXSYNTH: The 1982 Roland SRE 555 / RE 501 Chorus Echo with Emulator II, Jupiter 6 demo

Monday, September 06, 2021

The 1982 Roland SRE 555 / RE 501 Chorus Echo with Emulator II, Jupiter 6 demo

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"The 1982 Chorus Echo from Roland marked the end of the Tape Echo, I find these units make you go “mmmMMM…” which, in this case, means.. magical, mysterious, mesmerising and mechanical! ..this unit provides a ghostly, dream-state-like ambience to just about anything you put into it. Sit back, relax and come on a journey back to 1982 thru to current day with the help of some sounds from the E-mu Emulator II, the Roland Jupiter 6 & the MPC X ..through this mesmerising mechanical machine.

I requested an interview with the engineer of the Chorus Echo, but he declined due to the fact he doesn’t like repeating himself 😂 🤦🏻‍♂️

0:00 Intro blabbing / About
1:08 How it works
5:05 Chorus effect
6:20 S on S (Sound on Sound)
7:50 Reverb effect
8:40 Direct Switch
9:00 A+B Outputs
9:30 Repeat / Single Switch
9:57 Echo Modes
11:43 Remote Switches
12:40 Emulator II-intro / Loony Garden
14:00: Emulator II-Orchestra Warm Up
16:15 Emulator II-Flute Harp Echo
17:57 Emulator II-By the Lake
21:23 Jupiter 6-intro / AI Retribution
22:36 Jupiter 6-The Chorus Chord Choir
24:06 Jupiter 6-Robot World
27:26 MPC X-intro / Slappers Delight
29:48 MPC X-0.15" crunch"

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