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Welcome back, readers. This month we will continue talking about the most important analog synths from the 1970’s. Last month we spoke about the Minimoog and OB Xa and how they offered great relief from the huge and expensive modular systems of the late 60s. This month, we will take a look at two more iconic synths and the impact they had on early synth music.
Rockové klávesy - Nejskvělejší analogové syntezátory ze 70. let, část druhá
The Arp 2600 is called a semi modular synth because patch cables could still be used to patch the different components. It was designed by Dennis Colin for Alan R Pearlman and his company, ARP Instruments. The synth used an imitation of Robert Moog’s ladder VCF. Arp was in direct
Psáno pro: časopis Muzikus 2018/10