A gentle and inviting ambient synth jam with the Elektron Digitakt and Syntakt, Sequential OB-6 and Prophet 12, and Waldorf Pulse 2. From Martin Stürtzer on YouTube. Originally seen on matrixsynth.
Setup of this track: The Digitakt plays the drums and controls the OB-6 (Track 9), Prophet 10 (Track 10) and the Waldorf Pulse 2 (Track 11) over midi. The Syntakt plays the first sequence (Track 1), the pad (Track 2) and the lead sound (Track 5). The Midi Fighter Twister controls the levels in Bitwig and the effects, which are Valhalla DSP Delay, Supermassive and Vintage Verb.
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Sascha has reclaimed his rightful place on the desk at Space Kitty Studio. We see the usual array of gear in the background, including sundry instruments from Roland and E-MU Systems, as well as modular.
Our friend Ansel poses next to a JL Cooper Synapse MIDI processor. We see one of his fellow cats hiding just below – we’re pretty sure this beautiful black cat is Zara.
From Charles Whiley via Facebook.
The JL Cooper Synapse is a MIDI router and processor which can route and merge various MIDI inputs and outputs. It’s very similar to the Digital Music Corp MX-8 that we have at HQ, but bigger. I recall seeing the JL Cooper one in brochures earlier on but it was out of my league at the time. Ansel is lucky to have found one, though.
Our pal Sascha is back; it looks like he snuck in during band practice at Space Kitty Studios. We see the familiar Roland TR-909 and TR-8s, the colorful E-MU Proteus modules, and a bit of modular in the upper left corner. From Neil Parker of Space Kitty Studios via Facebook.