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Friday, February 16, 2024

ELKA RHAPSODY 610 String Machine 1974 | HD DEMO


video upload by AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2024 by AnalogAudio1

Demo of the string machine ELKA RHAPSODY from 1974. I played it dry. It can produce warm analog strings in combined with celeste-type sounds. Fully polyphonic, it has splitable keyboard. Heavily used by Tangerine Dream in the 1970s. But also played by Klaus Schulze (Timewind), Jean-Michel Jarre (Equinoxe), Vangelis and others."

Thursday, February 01, 2024

KORG DW-6000 - The Jam


video upload by KaysLabs

"Personally I think that the Korg DW-6000 is one of the most underrated synths from the mid-80s, largely due to the fact that the Korg factory presets are absolute garbage.

Here is a set created by AnalogAudio1 which really bring this synth to life. Just added a small amount of hall reverb, otherwise what you hear on the video is exactly what came out of the DW-6000."

Wednesday, July 26, 2023

SEQUENTIAL SIX-TRAK (1984) with OS UPDATE V 14 | CUSTOM PATCHES | No Talking


video upload by AnalogAudio1

"This video shows the capabilities of the SCI Six-Trak equipped with the latest firmware version 14. The best part is the programmable amount of oscillator detuning in UNISON mode, which can be stored in a patch. This gives much greater control and makes the Six-Trak even greater for big, monophonic sounds. The Six-Trak has a much rawer basic tone than today's analog synths. Raw analog power at its best. It's a kind of differently configured SCI Prophet-600.
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THE PATCHES IN THIS VIDEO:

There are 100 patches, they will load to 00-99 in the RAM memory on your Six-Trak. As always I aim to create great playable sounds easily translatable to your own Productions or for Live use. I have created basses, arps, leads, pads and my usual styled analog keys too. I hope you enjoy these sounds as much as I enjoyed creating them!

You will receive all the sounds from my video plus extra sounds that are not shown in the video, 100 patches in total. The soundset comes as a sysex file with a patch list and loading instructions (PDF).

Six-Trak OS UPDATE V 14: This sound pack has been specifically programmed to take advantage of the latest firmware version 14. This is a chip that you can buy online and easily install in your Six-Trak (drop in replacement). If your Six-Trak version is lower than 14, the unison sounds will sound slightly different.

The "SIX-TRAK V14 Soundset" soundset costs 20 Euros, payment is via PayPal. To purchase it, send a message to:

analogaudio1@gmx.net

IMPORTANT: NOW KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR SPAM/JUNK FOLDER! I answer within 12 hours. After payment you will get the patches (including a patch list and loading instructions, both as PDF) to your email address.

The patches are royalty free. Use them for your music as you prefer! Buying this soundset you purchase the right to use these sounds in your music, releases and gigs."

Monday, July 10, 2023

QUASIMIDI CARUSO | The Most Impressive Soundscapes | Digital Synthesizer Module 1993


video upload by AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2023 by AnalogAudio1

Demo of the QUASIMIDI CARUSO digital synthesizer module from 1993 - The Most Impressive Soundscapes.

All sounds come from a single QM Caruso played live without additional effects and without any treatment - right from the stereo outputs. The general sound has something magical to it imho. All sounds are factory presets, which I chosed as "the best" of this instrument. Of course there are also a lot of accordion and organ sounds (the organs are not bad either, but not exactly my cup of tea). Some factory presets (mostly pads) are surprisingly good and they don't hide the fact that the Caruso has limited D/A converters, which makes the sound 'lo-fi' in general. It sounds quite nice - what do you think?

The Quasimidi Caruso is not very common outside Germany, very cheap nowadays, it's a good choice if you like lofi digital synth sounds from the early nineties!"

You can find another demo of the Caruso here.

Monday, July 03, 2023

KAWAI TEISCO S-100F | Analog Synthesizer 1979 | Sound Demo (no talking)


video upload by AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2023 by AnalogAudio1

The Kawai (Teisco) S-100F is a great little monophonic analog synth. It only has 1 VCO, but lowpass and highpass filters and some interesting modulation routings! Although it's limited, the basic sound is excellent. It reminds me a bit of the ARP 2600. The VCO has a huge range - very low and very high frequencies are possible. Built like a tank, best quality made in Japan, high quality hardware, easy to repair.

I played the Kawai S-100F with delay effects from Korg SDD-3000 (right channel only). On the left channel you can hear the synth dry."

Sunday, May 01, 2022

BÖHM SOLIST-S (Böhmat) Analog Groovebox 1974 | Demonstration


video upload by AnalogAudio1

"The Boehm (Dr. Böhm) Böhmat Solist-S Compact is an analog rhythm box / accompaniment from 1974 made in (western) Germany. Great analog sound! Completely analog sound generation, not programmable. But the rhythms and different arpeggios are combinable!

I played it partly with delay (right channel only) and reverb effects (Korg SDD-3000 and Lexicon MPX-500)."

This appears to be the first 1974 model featured on the site. You can find models from 1972 and 1973 in previous posts here.

Monday, April 18, 2022

ROLAND SH-09 Analog Synthesizer 1979 | HD DEMO


video upload by AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2022 by AnalogAudio1

The Roland SH-09 is a great little monophonic analog synth. With only 1 oscillator, a wide range of cool sounds are possible! Quite simple design, but the basic sound is excellent: the fast envelope, the PWM in combination with the sub oscillator makes that 'magic Roland analog sound' happen.

Quite interesting features as S&H, noise generator, 24 dB filter, ADSR, external signal input (with its own input level slider). The sound architecture is very similar to its successor SH-101, but the SH-09 sounds more like the earlier Roland gear from the 70ies. It really shines when controlled by a sequencer, it has some fantastic percussive sounds. Built like a tank, high quality hardware, easy to repair.

I played the Roland SH-09 with reverb effects from the Lexicon MPX-500 (in the intro) and delay effects from the Korg SDD-3000 (right channel only). On the left channel you can hear the synth dry.

At 3:15 it gets groovy with the Roland TR-606! Enjoy..."

Saturday, March 19, 2022

SEQUENTIAL PROPHET-5 REV4 PATCHES | "VINTAGE PROPHET" Soundset | No Talking


video upload by AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2022 by AnalogAudio1

You can buy these patches for your SEQUENTIAL PROPHET-5/10 REV4 - read the description for details (scroll down).

I played a Prophet-5 REV4 along with a Korg SDD-3000 (delay effects, right channel only) and Lexicon MPX 500 (occasionally for reverb effects).
Drums starting at 10:00 ALESIS HR-16 (vintage drum machine from 1988).

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THE SOUNDS IN THIS VIDEO:

AnalogAudio1 is proud to announce the release of the "VINTAGE PROPHET" sound set for the new SEQUENTIAL PROPHET-5/10 REV4 featuring 80 handcrafted patches. You can rely on AnalogAudio1's wide programming experience on original Sequential synths, to bring the best out of the new Prophet-5 for your music. This sound set provides vintage-style Prophet-5 sounds heard on many iconic recordings from the 80ies, which were not factory presets. The patches will load into user GROUP 4 and 5.

This sound set features 80 exciting analog tones of the highest quality, ready to use in your music! All sorts of vintage pads, deep basses, electronica sounds, leads and fat, monophonic sounds (all the sounds you hear in the video and some more). This sound set comes with a patch list and loading instructions (PDF).

The 'VINTAGE PROPHET' soundset costs 25 Euros, payment is via PayPal. To purchase it, send a message to:

analogaudio1@gmx.net

IMPORTANT: NOW KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR SPAM/JUNK FOLDER! I answer within 12 hours.

After payment you will get the patches (including a patch list and loading instructions, both as PDF) to your email address.

The patches are royalty free. Use them for your music as you prefer! Buying this soundset you purchase the right to use these sounds in your music, releases and gigs. Other use is not allowed - such as sharing, reselling, making sample packs, including them in commercial patch collections etc.

By the way, I created another soundset for the PROPHET-5 REV4, called 'CLASSIC PROPHET', see: [this post]

You can purchase both soundsets as a bundle for 46 Euros. Both will load into different locations (CLASSIC PROPHET into groups 2 & 3, VINTAGE PROPHET into 4 & 5), so you will have access to both at the same time."

Thursday, February 17, 2022

10 undervalued 80s synths | Most bang for the buck


video upload by Espen Kraft

Top-10 undervalued vintage 80s synths. With a watchful eye on local ads and garage sales, all of these can be had for way less money compared to a lot of other 80s synths. Some can even be had for coffee money if you're lucky. I've seen it happen many times. Including some of my own buys.

1. Yamaha TX7
2. Casio VZ-10M
3. Elka EK22
4. Roland Alpha Juno 1/2/MKS-50
5. Kawai K1 (k1m/k1r)
6. Sequential Six-Trak
7. Siel Cruise
8. Yamaha SK20
9. Korg Poly-800
10. Commodore 64

https://www.patreon.com/espenkraft

Demos for each linked by Espen Kraft:

Playlist:
DX7 Original Patches TX7 (Yamaha TX7 - Zé Osório) - José Osório de Souza
Casio VZ-10M - Exploring the Synth and Sounds - ProckGnosis
Elka 22 analog synthesizer | Demo and review - Espen Kraft
Roland Alpha Juno 2 | The best Roland synth ever? - Espen Kraft
Kawai K1 | A Digital Lo-Fi Beauty! - Espen Kraft
Sequential Six-Trak | Fun as a Prophet! - Espen Kraft
SIEL CRUISE Analog Synthesizer 1979 | HD DEMO - AnalogAudio1
YAMAHA SK20 String Machine 1979 | HD DEMO - AnalogAudio1
Korg Poly-800 | Multitrack - Espen Kraft
Commodore 64 - Let's Make Some Music! - Espen Kraft

Sunday, November 14, 2021

SEQUENTIAL PROPHET-5 REV4 PATCHES | "CLASSIC PROPHET" Soundset | No Talking


video upload by AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2021 by AnalogAudio1

You can buy these patches for your SEQUENTIAL PROPHET-5/10 REV4 - [read below]

Additional effects: Korg SDD-3000 (delay effects, right channel only). Lexicon MPX 500 (occasionally for reverb effects).
Drums starting at 11:33: SEQUENTIAL DRUMTRAKS (vintage drum machine from 1984).

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THE SOUNDS IN THIS VIDEO:

AnalogAudio1 is proud to announce the release of the 'CLASSIC PROPHET' sound set for the SEQUENTIAL PROPHET-5/10 REV4 featuring 80 handcrafted patches. You can rely on AnalogAudio1's wide experience on original Sequential synths, to bring the best out of the new Prophet-5 for your music. This sound set provides classic Prophet-5 sounds heard on many iconic recordings, which were not factory presets. The patches will load into user GROUP 2 and 3.

This sound set features 80 exciting analog tones of the highest quality, ready to use in your music! All kinds of analog pads, synth brass, analog basses, excellent leads, fat synth strings (all the sounds you hear in the video and some more). This sound set comes with a patch list and loading instructions (PDF).

The "CLASSIC PROPHET" soundset costs 25 Euros, payment is via PayPal. If you want to purchase it, send a message to:

analogaudio1@gmx.net

IMPORTANT: NOW KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR SPAM/JUNK FOLDER! I answer within 12 hours.

After payment you will get the patches (including a patch list and loading instructions, both as PDF) to your email address.

The patches are royalty free. Use them for your music as you prefer! Buying this soundset you purchase the right to use these sounds in your music, releases and gigs. Other use is not allowed - such as sharing, reselling, making sample packs, including them in commercial patch collections etc."

Sunday, June 06, 2021

WERSI BASS SYNTHESIZER AP-6 | Analog Synthesizer 1977 | HD DEMO


video by AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2021 by AnalogAudio1

Lexicon MPX500 for reverb effects and Korg SDD-3000 delay were used.

The Wersi Bass Synthesizer (Model AP-6) is a weird analog monophonic synthesizer from Germany. Very uncommon controls, uncommon behaviour. You never know if it works as it should. Funny after all. You can combine waveforms with different footages. The filter is a bit of a joke (called Wah-Wah), but the synth has a nice and brave vintage tone. Beware, it's not exactly an acid monster :-)"

Monday, May 03, 2021

WERSI CX2 WERSIMATIC Analog Groove Box 1985 | HD DEMO


video by AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2021 by AnalogAudio1

In the beginning of the video I added a little reverb from a Lexicon MPX500 on the drums, all other sounds came directly dry from the CX2.

Wersi WERSI MATIC CX2 is a programmable rhythm machine / accompaniment from Germany.

The CX2 has preset rhythms and is also programmable. The drums are digital 8-bit samples of real drums. The CX2 It's micro processor controlled, but it has analog sound generation for the accompaniment. A kind of "solina string ensemble" is also on board. Tape interface for storing own patterns onto tape - like on analog synths as Korg Polysix or Roland Juno-60. The Wersi CX2 is the successor of the CX1, which is essentially the same, except the drums. The earlier CX1 has fully analog drum sounds, whereas the CX2 uses digital samples.

The CX2 was also included in Wersi organs of the day. It's similar to the 'Böhm Digital Drums'."

Additonal WERSI CX2 posts

Wednesday, January 06, 2021

TOY #9 CASIO SK-2100 Sampling Keyboard 1987 | HQ DEMO

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via this auction

This appears to be the first one featured on the site.

Thursday, November 19, 2020

KORG KPR-77 Analog Drum Machine 1982 | HD DEMO


AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2020 by AnalogAudio1

The KORG KPR-77 is a programmable analog rhythm box. DIN sync, TRIG OUT jacks and other nice features. The KPR-77 was the first programmable rhythm machine from Korg. It has a nice sound, especially the snare is similar to the Korg KR-55's snare. It competed with Roland TR-606.

In the intro music you hear the KPR-77 reverb from Lexicon MPX-500."

Sunday, October 11, 2020

ROLAND SH-1000 Analog Synthesizer 1973 | HD DEMO


AnalogAudio1

(c) 2020 by AnalogAudio1

I played the Roland SH-100 with reverb effects from the Lexicon MPX-500 and delay effects from the Korg SDD-3000.

The Roland SH-1000 is a monophonic synth with presets, but apart from that it is freely programmable. It has a great analog tone!

Sunday, September 27, 2020

YAMAHA DX7 Digital Synthesizer 1983 + JAHN SPX 1.6 Expansion | HD DEMO


AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2020 by AnalogAudio1

Demo of the YAMAHA DX7 digital synthesizer (frequency modulation synthesis) from 1983. I played it along with a Lexicon MPX 500 (reverb).

This DX7 has the JAHN SPX 1.6 installed. This is a great expansion from Germany, which was available in the eighties. It adds some very cool features, such as "double" mode (2 voices per key/8 voice polyphonic) and "quadro" mode (4 voices per key/4 voice polyphonic), which makes the sound really fat. These voices can be detuned like on analog synths, to make fat sounds possible. It also expands the RAM memory to 128 (4 internal banks). The MIDI OUT channel can be set from 1 to 16 (not only MIDI IN).

I bought the new backlit display from Ebay. A DX7 expanded this way sounds excellent! The DX7 MK1 is my favorite DX7 version, I prefer it over the newer DX7II, because it has the better basic sound, is simpler to use, it's better built, and has a better MIDI timing. And you have a real classic, which is heard on tons of eighties hits."

Sunday, August 30, 2020

YAMAHA SY-1 Analog Synthesizer 1974 | HD DEMO


AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2020 by AnalogAudio1

I played the YAHAMA SY1 with reverb effects from the Lexicon MPX-500 and delay effects from the Korg SDD-3000.

The Yamaha SY is a synth with presets, which can be altered: Filter settings, waveforms, envelope... it's similar to the Roland SH-2000, but it has the sound characteristics of the early CS series, which is great."

Thursday, July 30, 2020

YAMAHA VL 1 | VIRTUAL ACOUSTIC SYNTHESIZER 1993 | FACTORY DEMO SONGS


AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2020 by AnalogAudio1

The internal factory demo songs (1993) of the Yamaha VL1 "Virtual Acoustic Synthesizer".

The Yamaha VL1 was a groundbreaking, pioneering synthesizer with its "virtual acoustic" synthesis in 1993. But it was not a big success, so Yamaha went on with sampling technology for the most part. But still, the Yamaha VL1 and VP1 have their place in history.

Recorded directly from the Yamaha VL1's outputs without any additional effects or eq treatment. Enjoy! Music by YAMAHA Corporation.

Few years ago I demoed the Yamaha VL1, see: [here]

My dream would be to own a Yamaha VP1, but I'm afraid this won't be possible..."

Thursday, July 16, 2020

KORG MINIKORG 700S Analog Synthesizer 1974 | HD DEMO |


AnalogAudio1

"I played the Minikorg 700S along with a Lexicon MPX 500 (reverb) and a Korg SDD-3000 (delay effects).

The monophonic Mini-Korg 700S was an expanded version of Korg's first synthesizer, the Mini-Korg 700. It has that awesome "traveler" filter (12 dB highpass and lowpass), 2 VCOs (wavevorm of the VCO 2 is always sawtooth), 1 envelope generator and 1 LFO (sine wave only). It also has noise generator, ring modulator modes and the LFO can also be switched to the filters. It has REPEAT mode, which repeats a note to get a sequencer-like feeling.

The Korg 700s is a serious analog synthesizer with a lot of character. It has a fantastic sound, which can be only compared with the first generation Korgs (Korg 770, 800 DV). The parameters use unconventional terminology (singing level, expand, bright, and so on). The 700s has a very nice tone and it's easy to use. A pleasure to play and to hear.

The MiniKORG 700s was used by Vangelis, Kitaro, Human League, Daniel Miller and others."

Thursday, July 02, 2020

KORG 707 Digital Synthesizer 1987 | HD DEMO


AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2020 by AnalogAudio1

Synthesizer demo of the digital "performing synthesizer" Korg 707 from 1987.

I used an original Korg SDD-3000 for delay effects and a Lexicon MPX-500 for reverb effects. In the intro music, the Korg 707 was played along with a Dynacord EC 280 analog delay. All the sounds were programmed by me.

The Korg 707 is a digital synthesizer based on FM (frequency modulation) synthesis. It has a "performance editor" containing parameter sliders which allow sound tweaks in realtime. MIDI multimode. Fat unisono mode, layer and split capabilities. It can be used as a remote keyboard and it can run on batteries. it's capable of some excellent digital sounds!"

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