so embarrassed I don’t wanna talk about it
This is a great demo of the Roland MT-32—a MIDI sound module that was intended mainly as a way for early ’90s computer gamers to enjoy better-quality music.
The fun thing about the MT-32 is that it used the same Linear Arithmetic Synthesis engine as Roland’s D-50 synth. Of course, it’s all cut down and low-budget. Editing tools (still) exist.
I always wanted an MT-32 back in the day. I think I might try to snag one, cheap, for retro gaming and synth fun.
One day, this will be my house.
A blast from the mid-’90s: Deadeye Dick, “New Age Girl.”
Man, the ’90s were so awesomely weird and goofy.
Reading all the vague and wordy risk factors in a securities filing.
You have to admire Delta Airlines’ dedication to being the worst. They truly go above and beyond.
MS-20 Mini dubstep wobble bass. This guy is having fun. I think I will do this sometime soon.
[If you want to do something like this, it’s all about having the Modulation Generator/LFO control low-pass filter cutoff. Muck about with LFO rate and wubwubwubwubwub]
The Two Thousand Six Hundred, or TTSH for short, is a new DIY synth project, inspired by the classic ARP 2600Â semi-modular analog synthesizer. The TTSH is now available as a kit forÂ 4000 SEK (about…
An ARP 2600 DIY clone?!?! OH! OH! OH!
Now is a good time to teach myself how to solder.
MeeBlip anode is a compact synth with an analog filter. Listen to the first sounds from this new hardware.
I pre-ordered one. For a hundred bucks, this sounds like this could be great fun. I’m all-analog otherwise (Montribe, MS-20 Mini), so I’m looking forward to what neat distorted low-end square wave goodies I can get out of this little thing.
Best: it looks like it might ship in time to arrive for my birthday!