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Watch me playing music on three little peaces of bronze and my mouth. Its amazing, yout can use that little thing as a pocker synthesizer.
6 Dec 2006
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Simple jam session, testing out the PAiA Fatman Analog Synthesizer. The drums are from a Korg drum machine. The PAiA Fatman is a DIY Analog Synthesizer kit. It arrives in a thousand pieces, and you build it. The included instructions are excellent, and this was a very fun build. I highly recommend PAiA's products.
4 Mar 2008
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49 Keys Roll Up Synthesizer Piano
6 Sep 2008
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Long-awaited demo video of prototype 3 of this revolutionary violin synthesizer by Don Rickert Design (AdventurousMuse****). Tunes used for demo are great Scottish strathspeys, Style of the Last Century and Clanranald.
6 Sep 2009
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The Girl Plays a Synthesizer
7 Nov 2009
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Let's take a look at what synthesizers are and how they are used to create sounds. View the detailed blog post at *******www.maketrance****/introduction-to-synthesizers
9 Nov 2009
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Video "Lady-cat on a synthesizer" - to look on-line roller "Lady-cat on a synthesizer"
22 Mar 2011
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check out this classic analog synths with modern digital processing Synthesizer to deliver an aggressive, infectious new sound: *******yupurl****/18fewj
1 Jan 2013
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Review: I wouldn’t tell by the name that this band is coming from Boston. And I didn’t really care until their music made me look it up and got me hooked until the end of the album. An excellent craft of atmospheric metal, expect great desolate musical ambiances (rain, pianos, acoustic guitars) intertwined with some pretty vocals, somewhat drowned and mixed in the guitar sound. Not a bad thing for this style anyways. The Sachem's Tales is an amazing work of solid, agonizing and intense feelings cutting black metal. Behind the music there lies a melodic agreement with the guitars and the synthesizer sounds, kind of giving a counterpoint to each, but all joining in the end for fantastic melodic landscapes. From worlds of mythologies and legends, the lyrics never saturate, even on the predictable despair of the clean female voice and strings moments. Cryvas, session drummer Aaron Maloney and vocalist Grushenka Ødegård build up a dark metal adventure including several melodic instruments and different styles, alluring even those who are not much into these musical wanderings. The band yields its name from a Himalayan divinity, in case you wondering. All songs match perfectly one after the other, guiding us to the end of the album in a natural way, an unpretentious album to a collection that already predicted a future unhindered of tales and distinct sounds to this band.
22 Jun 2017
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Stop-Motion Animation of glasses doing unusual things.
2 Aug 2007
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*******www.aztechmusic**** Gary explains the voltages present on the pitch bend pot and how to determine it is working correctly. Use of a volt ohm meter is explained in the process.
4 Mar 2008
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This video covers the usage of the NSSpeechSynthesizerMBS class.
2 Jan 2009
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Experience the future in sound and vision. Art by *******art.eonworks**** and music by *******noonwaverecords****
5 May 2009
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This is ridiculously awesome. Gives new meaning to banging on pots and pans.
19 Jan 2012
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AMAZING GUITAR SOUNDS - Sonuus G2M Guitar-to-MIDI Converter Make your guitar sound like a synthesizer! Dan Sindel demonstrates how to use the Sonuus G2M Guitar-to-MIDI converter. The Sonuus G2M is a simple plug and play guitar-to-MIDI converter. No extra pickups, no hardware changes to your guitar, just plug in and play your favorite MIDI patches right from your electric guitar.
16 Mar 2009
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WATCH MOTHERBOARD - CURTIS ROADS ON VBS.TV ******* There are two divergent streams in 20th century electronic music: The one most people are familiar with starts out with goofballs like Jean-Jacques Perrey and Vangelis noodling around on synthesizers and eventually devolves into Kaja Googoo. Curtis Roads is part of the other path, the one that follows insane geniuses like Stockhausen and Morton Subotnik and uses whatever-period-it-happens-to-be's state-of-the-art computer technology to produce compositions that completely defy conventional music logic and sometimes sound more like a freaked-out ATM than tunes you put on and listen to. See exclusive footage at www.delllounge****
13 May 2009
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