Dave Smith Instruments Prophet 6 program and sequence demos.
level and balance test 6dB headroom (-6dBFS)
The Prophet 6 is quite a synth. The cat seems to agree 🙂
Submitted by ⓉⒺⒸⒽℕ⌽▃ⒾⒹ●⒞⒪⒨ via Twitter.
Too cute! And a reminder that there are a couple of Tiptop modules I am interested in. From Tiptip audio, http://www.tiptopaudio.com/, via matrixsynth.
The DX7 a sonic legend. I have made this synthesizer my project for over 20 years. They said it was impossible to program. They were wrong. Its different but once you know the major sound shapers.
There is no pure synth in history that can surpass what a DX7 can do straight from its own engine. As always 100% DX7 sounds.
I still have a Yamaha TX81Z and TX802 in the studio, but rarely if ever used these days. Part of it is the tedium of programming, though a good editor/librarian can take care of that. It would be interesting to combine the TX81Z and analog synths in the same composition, something that was rarely if ever done in the 1980s.
Another from our friends at Moog Music, Inc., via Twitter.
— Moog Music Inc. (@moogmusicinc) April 6, 2014
This picture of a kitten on a Moog modular actually appeared here on CatSynth before. I leave it as an exercise to the reader to find the post 🙂
Submitted by Bill Dudeiros via our Facebook page.
“Kitty says keep away from the Juno 106.”