We have a new picture of Persephone in the studio with her human Rob Robinson, as they get ready to record some new material.
Working on new
Order of the Static Temple. The junior studio tech’s input… ‘make it noisier!’ As you wish, mewskers…
This is almost the same as this
previous photo featuring Persephone and includes many of the same instruments.
Persophone returns, along with her human Rob Robinson. This time they have a Roland Super JX, a classic Ensoniq ESQ 1, and an Alesis drum pad.
You can see Persophone’s previous appearances via
Dahlia is back and she is resting adorably on a Roland TR-08 rhythm composer. From our friend Rob Robinson via Facebook.
The Roland TR-08 is the Boutique recreation of the legendary TR-808 drum machine from the early 1980s.
The beautiful Dahlia returns; this time she is playing a tune on a Roland W-30 with a Behringer VC340 vocoder above. From our friend Rob Robinson via Instagram.
The Roland W-30 was a sampling workstation released in 1989 (about the same time as the Ensoniq EPS workstation that I chose for my own work). The Behringer VC340 is a recreation of the Roland VP-330 vocoder. I was quite intrigued by this offering, as we can see from this NAMM 2019 video.
Beautiful Dahlia poses in the studio with an Elektron Digitone, a Roland Super JX, a couple of Roland Boutique synths, and more. Submitted by Rob Robinson via Facebook.
Beautiful Persophone returns. This time she has an Arturia keyboard controller to go along with the Behringer Model D (center rear) and sundry other items. From Rob Robinson via Facebook.
Beautiful Persephone posing in the studio of our friend Rob Robinson.
We see a Behringer Model D (aka “the Boog”), a Korg Mini Kaoss Pad (original edition), and a vintage synth module that we can’t identify behind the kitty.
Our friend Dahlia returns, this time atop a Nord Drum 2. We also see sundry electronic percussion, keyboards and more.
From Rob Robinson on Facebook.