SYNTHESIZER RADIO – George Philip Birney
Dit is mijn synth radio met alleen zelf gemaakt tracks. In het boven menu “SYNTHESIZER” zijn er nog wat andere synth players te selecteren.
HOW TO USE THIS PLAYER
Tracks are played in RANDOM order. Click the blue X button (player’s bottom left) – it will turn from blue to black – to switch to SEQUENTIAL order.
Tracks been created with various devices, some of them I still have, most are sold:
- Novation Nova
- Waldorf Streichfett into Dreadbox NYX through Vocoder VO-1
- Doepfer Dark Energy II into Moog Mother 32
- Korg Volca Bas into Waldorf Rocket
- Roland JV-1010 through Kaoss KP3
- Roland SH-32 through Earthquaker Avalanche Run
- Micro Granny II Sampler through Behringer Digital Reverb Delay DR400, Drums Boss Dr Rhythm DR-3 through Mooer Skyverb
controllers: Arturia BeatStep Pro x 2, Arturia KeyStep x 2
PAST & SOLD
Access Virus ti2 (sold), Audiothingies MicroMonsta (sold), Boss RC-505 Loop Station (sold), Doepfer Dark Energy I (sold), Microkorg XL (sold), Novation KS Rack (sold), Novation Supernova II (sold), Roland MC-909 Sampler Sequencer (sold), Roland MC-808 Sampler Sequencer (sold), Roland MC-505 Groove Box (sold), Roland MC-303 Groove Box (sold), Waldorf Blofeld (sold), Waldorf Pulse (sold), Yamaha rm1X Groove Box (sold).
Korg T3 Synthesizer Sequencer Workstation. This replaces the Sequentix Cirklon Sequencer that has been keeping me on the waiting list for 18 months now. The only difference between these is that the Korg T3 can do 8 tracks and the Cirklon 16. But for me, 8 is enough. I have 8 MIDI synth boxes, most are a combination of several CV GATE modules, each synth box on a separate MIDI channel, et voila. Adding the Korg T3 banks output to it, which the Cirklon can’t, and so I end-up with a very powerful setup. So I have cancelled the 2000 $ Cirklon order and took a 500$ refurbished Korg T3 instead.