Sub Focus - In The Studio

Published on Jul 20, 2017 FACTmagazine

"See the rave master at work.

Nick Douwma, better known as Sub Focus, has been creating drum ‘n’ bass tracks since the early ‘00s and is synonymous with the genre.

In 2005, he scored a number one single in the UK dance chart with 'X-Ray' and since then has been producing across multiple genres, while also building up his hardware collection, which

JunkieXL: Hardware vs Software Sampling - Studio Time: S2E16

Published on Jul 21, 2017 junkiexlofficial

Funny bits at 18:54. Some great sound bits for you to sample.

Also see: JunkieXL : Hardware Samplers - Studio Time: S2E10.
And all JunkieXL synth posts here.

Korg ESX2 - DnB jam "Humble" - DJ Galactic

Published on Jun 2, 2017 DJ Galactic

"DnB Jam with Korg Electribe Sampler / ESX2 (Version 2) - DJ Galactic "Humble" new track - Original (Prototype project), live with Korg Electribe Sampler 2(Electribe / ESX2) 2017. I'm dedicated this live dnb jam of my upcoming track "humble" as a tribute to Marcus Intalex and the city of Manchester England. Continuing to work on prototype DnB project to

1977 Multivox Pulser Dual Voice Synthesizer MX-75 SN 69107

via this auction

"This is the Multivox MX-75 Dual Voice Synthesizer, also known as the Hillwood Pulser M75 Dual Voice Synthesizer.

Unlike other Multivox/Hillwood synths you never seem to see the rare MX-75 for sale.

The Hillwood Pulser was developed and built by Hillwood (aka Firstman) in Japan. These synths were then rebadged as Multivox and sold in America. This is a very early example: the

Korg SIGMA KP-30 Vintage Analog Synthesizer SN 0167

via this auction

"There were only 1,000 of these made in 1979, with each units having its serial number plate on the front panel. This one has a serial # 0167.

The unit appears to be working fine functionally, all the keys and knobs and switches working well as being tested. Maybe a slight scratch noise on some of the knobs when controlling, which could probably do with some adjustment/

AIRA at Movement 2017

Published on Jul 21, 2017 rolandmedia

"The Roland AIRA crew was back at the Movement Electronic Music Festival, Detroit's annual Memorial Day weekend gathering that attracts electronic music lovers from around the world. AIRA gear was widely used in performance rigs throughout the festival, and lots of top artists and techno legends stopped by to visit and get hands-on time with our leading

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