A Challen next to the bed, sounds like the white album
Roland JW-50, donated by a friend of my dad's who was having himself committed. I put a bullshit floppy disk in the slot for mojo (the whole sounds better with something filling the acoustic chamber created by the lack of a floppy disk).
which one of you bastards sent me an ebay question asking if you can get teh kurdtz with that 64 mustang?
fran & paul are some of the original gangstas of the JS days when you'd have to say "phuck"
Joined: 20 Dec 2009 Posts: 246 Location: the antipodes
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Buttons mapped as keys. Works for me. Not fancy. Can do Flock of Seaguls style leads. 'nuff said.
What are you running this with? I'm too much of a tard to work out how to get it to run with reason or FL studio without lots of lag. Sequencers and MIDI make my brain hurt. _________________ \m/ (^_^) \m/
it's a monophonic analog synth. it has a sequencer and an ADSR mode to program your own tones.
More synths need built in calculator functionality!
For such a cheap unit, it's got some really nice features with the ADSR and sequencer in particular... though programming the ADSR could be a bit of a pain. I found a website a bit ago with some ADSR settings and other goodies for the VL-1, but it seems to be gone now :/
I think I may have it saved somewhere. I also have the manual in a PDF. let me look for it.
Joined: 20 Apr 2006 Posts: 7836 Location: Albany, NY
Posted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:06 am Post subject:
Casio AP-24 - The elephant in the living room.
Yamaha PSS-480 Portasound - My first instrument. Age 4 (picture not mine but I did the same thing with the letters on the keys)
Yamaha MO6 - The studio machine. I love this thing.
Yamaha YC-30 Combo Organ. Picked up for way under market value at a yard sale. Weighs a ton but is usually well worth lugging to gigs.
Korg Microkorg - Like a korg, only much smaller. With all the other keyboards I have this still gets great sounds I can't imitate. Not as gimicky as I first thought.
Software Tookworks Miracle Piano Teaching System Keyboard - I just picked this up for $25 from goodwill. Came with a pretty awesome white keyboard stand. If I had the right cable, I could hook this up to my Nintendo/Genesis/Super Nintendo and learn how to actually play piano.
Schylling mini piano - $10 find at a toy store. It's slightly out of key (I bought one for my baby nephew that is pitch correct though, wtf). I used it on my 90's compilation submission this year.
Crappy electric reed organ I bought on ebay. I thought it could be an electric replacement for my melodica, boy was I wrong. The fan is louder than the organ and the upper keys take seconds for the fan to blow the reeds. I think I may try to modify this someday with a quieter and more powerful fan.
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