MATRIXSYNTH: Bad Gear - Kindergarten Engineering

Friday, March 08, 2024

Bad Gear - Kindergarten Engineering

video upload by AudioPilz

"Welcome to Bad Gear, the show about the world's most-hated audio tools. It's Kindergarten Engineering !!! I’m still coping with NAMM 2024 PTSD and I wasn’t even there. Korg released the successor to a synth the world forgot, Uli is getting really good at selling faster horses and Moog decided to save the important announcements for a much bigger show.

Yamaha - on the other hand - returned from a groovebox hiatus of over two decades only to release a display-less Lego cigarette trying hard to catch up on a trend based on a device that was announced at Messe 2009. Yamaha - It’s good to have you back.

Teenage Engineering

00:00 Intro tune
00:55 Overview Yamaha Seqtrak
01:42 Drums
02:10 AWM Synth Engines
02:36 Yamaha DX FM Synth Engine
02:52 Scale-based "Keyboard", Chromatic Keyboard
03:08 Arpeggiator, Chords
03:19 Sample Player, Sampling, Microphone
03:31 Sequencer, Parameter Locks
04:00 Pattern Selection
04:09 Mixer Mode, Send FX
04:18 More FX
04:25 Software Editor, Visualizer
04:59 Midi, USB, Speaker, Build Quality
05:38 Hate
06:03 Jam 1 (House)
06:51 Jam 2 (Downtempo)
07:52 Finale (Drum'n'Bass - ROMpler Edition)
08:23 Verdict"

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