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"C64 commodore 64 Rana Giraffa MSX MSX2 Home computer TV - 4/3 PAL CRT Sisme Drummaker 32 P
Fostex Mixer Circuito stampato componenti LED
circuiti integrati condensatore elettrolitico teschio
Crumar DS2 Roland D50 Sequential Circuits Prophet 2000 Cuffie AKG Oscillatore Filtro VCF ADSR
Oscilloscopio traccia AufWiedersehen Monty Nemesis III
Chroma key Logan String Melody II Stop Motion Passo uno - Schemi elettrici frequenzimetro alimentatore ATX
TTL 74154 Prophet 5 Harman Kardon
Korg M3R Kawai SX240 Siel DK70 Behringer Vintage Phaser
Attila - Penguin Adventure Konami soccer
Yamaha TX16W Roland Vm3100 pro mixer
Neumann U87 Orologio da fiera E to E jack cannon audio frequenza di campionamento
batteria elettronica battere levare note diesis bemolle accordo fade to black speech synthesis
fm synthesis sound blaster 16 singing
retrogaming audiocassette
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anni 80 game over joystick tastiera
parodia paradiso videogiochi floppy disk dischetti cartuccia grafica Ram Eprom CPU Z80 SID analogico
synth sintetizzatore sound blaster
computer speech voce robotica
canto liturgico funerale lumini
2 Novembre sepoltura bara decomposizione vermi
Terra luce vita bella gnocca"






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    "Sequential Circuits Prophet 600 Circa 1982, featuring it's built-in arpeggiator/recorder. Multi-tracked on a Fostex Mr-8 with reverb added."




  • YouTube via daveparry
    "I wrote this song today to demonstrate the P600. Dave Smith founded Sequential Circuits in the 1970s and he also invented midi in 1982. The Prophet 600 was the 1st synth to have midi.

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  • YouTube via retrosound72
    "vintage synth demo by RetroSound

    Sequential Circuits Prophet 600 Analog Synthesizer (1982);
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    more info: http://www.retrosound.de and http://www.myspace.com/retrosound72"




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