Showing posts with label Hybrid Arts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hybrid Arts. Show all posts

Friday, April 14, 2023

German Rackmount Yamaha TG77, TG33, CPX, Synthax RACKWare RG 124 & Kawai MAV-8

via this auction

This one was spotted and sent in via M Me.

Interesting rig. You'll find a picture of the back below with the TG33. This is the first post to feature the Hybrid Arts CPX computer module. Hybrid Arts also made the ADAP SOUNDTRACK SAMPLER ADAP-1. If anyone has any info on the CPX, feel to leave a comment. Curious if it's simply a computer with an editor for the TG77 and TG33, or it's own synth/sample playback module. Take a look at the back below. The Synthax RACKWare RG 124 appears to be the monitor for the system, and the Kawai MAV-8 is a midi patchbay.

It's interesting to see the TG77 and TG33 in a different enclosure.

Thursday, January 16, 2014


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via this auction

Never seen one of these before. Apparently it was DAW for Atari. Via Sound on Sound:

"Their most ambitious product -- the 1989-vintage ADAP digital audio workstation for Atari -- was somewhat ahead of its time. For sequencing, the company produced a family that included Edit Track and SMPTE Track; v7.1 of the former is now available for download. In addition, a pair of 'beta' versions are available which upgrade copies of SMPTE Track for those with the matching hardware SMPTE sync box. Most of the note-manipulation power that you get with Cubase or Notator SL is available with Edit Track in some way, though many users prefer HA's interface. It does have one or two tricks that its higher-profile competition doesn't, moreover. For example, Edit Track is always in record, so even if you're just noodling, you can press an on-screen button at any time and print the results to a track. Also, an on-screen virtual joystick lets you manipulate a range of MIDI controller data with your mouse..."

There's also some info on Tim's Atari MIDI World. Fascinating bit of synth history.

Note this is the first post to get the Hybrid Arts label, however you'll find a few mentions in previous posts.


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