WeLcOmE tO LeGoWeLT.OrG ---> Thanks to all the freaks for the supercool party in London it was awesome! I will be back in London 2 march in Fabric with Peggy Gou and more ********* Issue 7 of the Shadow Wolf ASCII Cyberzine is out, check it out below. I got a Yamaha PSS480 during the holidays check out the little blurp, hot pix and sounds below! ******* Also if you didnt check it out yet there is a new SAMPLE PACK, this time with 385 16 bit WAV samples from the Kawai K4 free for you to use in your productions or whatever ******* This week I will travel to the SMEM Swiss synthesizer museum in Fribourg to make their kickstarter reward LP using a selection of their instrument collection and on Friday I will play a live gig at at the MoutinNoir ******** Due to popular demand I will do another performance of my live soundtrack for Werner Herzog's 1979 NOSFERATU this time at the EYE film museum in Amsterdam Friday 15th of February info how to get tickets etc. will be here on monday!!!!!!!! ******* Ok thats it for today laterzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz *********

Synthstuff Korg Poly 61

Its studio gearfreak time again…this time we obtained a Korg Poly 61 an extremely cheap and spartan analogue poly synthesizer from 1982 – Its very simple: 2 oscillators, 1 Filter, 1 Envelope, 1 LFO and even those have very sparse Parameter ranges (some stuff like resonance only 7 steps, keyboard tracking only on or off!) but despite that its got a very nice saturated pleasant sound from wobbly futtering fattness to fast envelope snappyness this is pure no-nonsense analogue power!

 There is also an arpeggiator, a chord memory and the cool Korg analogue Joystick (this one has the springs removed so it stays in place after you moved it: This basicly gives you a second LFO!) Other cool stuff: Red and Green L.E.D display

The original wood color before I changed it to a more natural one.

Check out this little multitracked demo mp3 of pure Poly 61 sounds (with some extra delay from the mixer):

Sounds from the Poly 61

 

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