Of all the string synths we’ve gotten in over the past few months, the Crumar Orchestrator (or Multiman-S depending on where you live) is possibly the best one yet. Continue reading “Crumar Orchestrator (Multiman-S)”
The unapologetically boring-looking Quasimidi Polymorph is a very powerful VA polysynth from the early 2000s that allows you to sequence and play back 4 parts on 4 different synth sounds, recording and playing back all the parameter edits you make along the way, and send them out on 4 individual outputs. So basically it is 4 sequencing polysynths in one. Continue reading “Quasimidi Polymorph – knob jitter hell”
We’re on vacation until June 25! I will be doing my best to answer emails, but won’t be able to work or have pickups/drop-offs until we get back. See you then.
I use the Juno 106 for my business card and stuff because it’s so recognizable and iconic and people bring them to me constantly, but I am really no great fan of that synth. It is literally just a poor man’s Juno 60, which was its predecessor. Continue reading “Roland Juno 60”