KRAUTROCK PHASER with Roland Juno 60

Published on Feb 12, 2018 Rob Welt

"My very warm, rough and vintage sounding Krautrock Phaser, a clone of the famous Schulte Compact Phasing A.
The sound is the opposite of an analytic phaser. It has its own live.
Demo is made with Roland Juno 60 and a little bit of OTO BAM Reverb. the first seconds is the Juno clean without phaser.
After 5 Minutes I used CV of my GRP R24 to control the



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