He has the little mixer in the little room. Besides, he has some other mixers! more
He has the little mixer in the little room. Besides, he has some other mixers!
The item can be seen 16:30 into this video. more
The item can be seen 16:30 into this video.
Featured and interviewed on this [Melbourne Deepcast issue](http://www.melbou... more
Featured and interviewed on this Melbourne Deepcast issue, Legowelt can be seen leaning on a TR-808 unit.
During Legowelt’s Studio Tour for *Future Music Magazine*, at 7:58 Legowelt s... more
During Legowelt’s Studio Tour for Future Music Magazine, at 7:58 Legowelt says "what I really like about these things are the sweep filters, they're almost like an analog filter...and it has a built in effects processor by Lexicon".
Its on top of the Yamaha speaker! more
Its on top of the Yamaha speaker!
Its on top of the second Yamaha speaker! more
Its on top of the second Yamaha speaker!
RME Audiointerface. more
"It has nice sounds in it" more
"It has nice sounds in it"
You can find it at 0:17! more
You can find it at 0:17!
"A cool little sequencer synthesizer with the famous dirty smudgey korg delay... more
"A cool little sequencer synthesizer with the famous dirty smudgey korg delay effect."
"This thing was extremely cheap, like 25 euros or something...but its really ... more
"This thing was extremely cheap, like 25 euros or something...but its really great."
"it is a very esoteric machine giving you a soundpallette that goes from nigh... more
"it is a very esoteric machine giving you a soundpallette that goes from nightmarish twilightzone paranoia to soothing scenes of country pastures and deep space galaxies in between. "
Legowelt and his sample pack for the Analog Rhytm are shown in this video more
Legowelt and his sample pack for the Analog Rhytm are shown in this video
Flight of the Jupiter Dunno about this one but it was on a k7 mix album from... more
Flight of the Jupiter Dunno about this one but it was on a k7 mix album from James Holden so I guess it must be good Interesting trivia about this track: There is no Jupiter in this track, its all made with a Yamaha RM1X
"This is probably one of the greatest polyphonic synthesizers ever made, a ro... more
"This is probably one of the greatest polyphonic synthesizers ever made, a roughed design classic with a magic sound.
The sound is dreamy..so dreamy you might think it has got effects build in (but it doesn't). I think this is the most 'esoteric' in the Jupiter series (The Jupiter 4 is just plain rawness...a beast, the 6 is more clean plasticy and aggresive in the mid range). You just hold your arm on the keyboard and it sounds like Kitaro (I am not sure if this is a good thing). Its pretty straightforward in the synthesis architecture, the usual more advanced 'bi-trimbal' 2 oscie substractive synth, but the sound, created by very well designed Japanese circuits, and slider controls make this a very sought after expensive synthesizer.
"The cheapest in the JUNO series, often mistaken for a homekeyboard but a wol... more
"The cheapest in the JUNO series, often mistaken for a homekeyboard but a wolf in sheeps clothing! A Drexciyan secret superweapon and an instant rave classic!
This is the most exotic sounding of all the Juno's, maybe not so warm and wooley but certainly more juicy and creamy and tighter..sporting a superliquid funky portamento, a keyboard with aftertouch and velocity sensitivity and ofcourse, praise the lord, a CHORD MEMORY! For those who don't know what that is: you can hold a chord, press the chord memory button and then you can play that chord with one finger monophonicly with portamento too if you want, instant deepness!!!!!!!"
"This one is missing one voice but it still does the job...ghetto style. I bo... more
"This one is missing one voice but it still does the job...ghetto style. I bought it in the mid 90s quite cheaply from some teenage girl who had put all kinds of New Kids on the block stickers on it....it has been serving in the studio since then and it has been used in countless of productions...this is probably my most used synth."
"This is the cheapest Jupiter on the market, and often discriminated as being... more
"This is the cheapest Jupiter on the market, and often discriminated as being an "organ preset synth" by people who don't know stuff.
But actually this is the best jupiter, in my opinion.
Why? First of all it looks cool...and it sais "Compuphonic" in a big 70ies retro computer font on the top. Next...the sound..I have seldomly heard such lush drifting magic analog fuzzness. It sits next to the Moog Minimoog in the analog realm...and it does this with only 1 oscillator per voice! 1 measly oscillator (and a sub oscillator, very comparable to the Juno layout)...a discrete oscillator with transistors, no SSMs or CEMs but thrustworthy discrete circuits that fly all over the place when it comes to drifting electricity.
Add some crazy modulation possibles with a superslow or fast LFO and Ringmodulator like effects, a buttery thick VCF, a superb arpeggiator, patch memory (we are talking 1978 here, it was one of the first synths with memory) and VCA EG that can be overdriven at the slightest touch (there is even a LED for this!!!)...and all this results in a beautifull synthesizer with an imense characteristic pallette."
"Studiostuff with the Welsh CHEETAH MS6 synthesizer..." more
"Studiostuff with the Welsh CHEETAH MS6 synthesizer..."
This interview for [Melbourne Deepcast](http://www.melbournedeepcast.net/port... more
This interview for Melbourne Deepcast showcases a DJ set by Legowelt as well as an interview with a photo of him kneeling beside a JX-3P on the floor.
During Legowelt's Studio Tour for Future Music Magazine, at 0:54 Legowelt say... more
During Legowelt's Studio Tour for Future Music Magazine, at 0:54 Legowelt says "This is more interesting, this is a Crumar DS-2 from Italy...it's a very obscure synthesizer, it has a polyphonic section which is fully polyphonic (gives demonstration)... and it has a monophonic-to-oscillator synthesizer in it."
During Legowelt's Studio Tour for Future Music Magazine, at 0:16 Legowelt say... more
During Legowelt's Studio Tour for Future Music Magazine, at 0:16 Legowelt says, "This here is a Sequential Circuits Pro One, it's a pretty well known synthesizer. I got it in the 90's... I think 1994. I traded it for an Akai VX90 synthesizer module, with a Spanish flamenco guitarist."
During Legowelt's Studio Tour for *Future Music Magazine*, at 2:33 Legowelt s... more
During Legowelt's Studio Tour for Future Music Magazine, at 2:33 Legowelt says that it's "…one of my favorite synthesizers cuz’ it’s really really strange, it has four oscillators which you can play together or polyphonically…you can do all kinds of exotic stuff with it”. At 2:58 Legowelt plays the synthesizer and provides examples of what it can do.
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