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Posted 01/04/19
We’re taking a quick listen to the Sequential Prophet X to give you an idea of what this samples + synthesis-performance keyboard offers. With 8-, 16-, or 32-voice modes to choose from, and a semi-weighted keyboard that responds to velocity and aftertouch, the 61-key Prophet X or 76-key Prophet XL is ready for the stage and the studio. It combines two high-res digital oscillators with two stereo samples per voice from its onboard 150GB library, to deliver a powerful and versatile library of voices ranging from traditional-sounding instruments, to electronic textures, and potent combinations of both. Vintage-style analog filters, a flexible modulation matrix, and an impressive array of effects add to the vast array of sound-sculpting possibilities.
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Posted 05/15/18
Our experts, “AB” Belinfanti and Andrew Eisele, from B&H, discuss the basics of modular synths, their origins, components, and how you can integrate them into your workflow. Eisele also gives a short performance to showcase some of the sounds that can be generated by these synthesizers. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 12/18/17
In the following video, Rob Rives compares several hardware synthesizers for anyone looking to acquire their first synth. This video explores analog versus digital and module versus keyboard. We showcase the Roland SE-02, the Waldorf Bloefeld, and the Korg Minilogue, Monologue, and Arp Odyssey. Other synthesizers discussed include the Novation Bass Station II, the Arturia MicroBrute, the Behringer DeepMind 6, and the Moog Sub Phatty. Other topics include multitimbral versus single-voice, monophonic versus polyphonic, and mini-keys versus full-sized keys. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com
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Posted 09/17/13
The Novation Bass Station II features two oscillators, a sub-oscillator, Classic and Acid filters, an arpeggiator, and effects, making the Bass Station II a powerful machine for bass sounds and more.
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