The module at the bottom of this photo posted by Dirty South is the Roland VP-03 Vocoder. He says: > "The trifecta of old school goes new school is complete...and yes the old original analog versions are nice...but these babies sound wonderful and i say, just make music with whatever inspires you... @roland_us"more
"Then I did this other project last year which was a documentary for Red Bull. It's called Distance Between Dreams with Ian Walsh, the star surfer. That was a very soft, ambient electronic score. I did everything live with MIDI and just mixed it on the board and that was the end result. I used the Jupiter-8 for that, the Jupiter-6, the Juno-6 with the sequencer, the MSQ, the Roland 60, the 106, also the GB4, Roland VP-03, the vocoder. I used a Roland S-770 sampler, which has a really great tone to it. A couple of Yamaha synthesizers, the CS-60, the CS-70M—all pretty rare machines to have. But for that kind of stuff they sound so fantastic."more
This is a love and hate situation with this guy, I love the sounds, really close to my RS101 for the strings and the choir are beautiful. But the construction quality on this is awefull for live situation. USB Powered, 1/8 output minijacks and the unit is too lightweight, when everything is pluged in the back, it almost fall backward without the mic pluged in. These are not features well receive in a live situation.