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  • Dem Jamz 3: Roland MT32!

    Take one totally underrated

  • #2
    Nice job, Xander!!
    Kronos, Fant.G8, PC3X, K2500RS, A6, Q, M3-61, Fant.X7, Motif 8, EX5(x2), V-Synth, K2000(x2), D50, JD800, JD990, JP8080, XP30, MC909, MC505, JX-10, JX-305, TR-707, Juno 1, DR-202, Radias, Triton Pro, Wavest. SR, EMX1, ESX1, ER-1, EA-1, R3, Poly 800, RS7000, FS1R (x2), RM1X, AN200, DX200, QY70, QY100, K5000S, OB-12, Maschine,ASR10,ASR88,ASR-X Pro, EPS,Virus B, Equinox,E-Mu XL-7,MiniAK, Synthstation,X-Station, XioSynth,TG33,Venom,V50,UltraNova,Z1,Spark,Moog LP Stage II, JP8000,Tetra,Supernova 2.

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    • #3
      I have to say this is fantastic.



      Someone needs to sign you, somewhere, to do something. I don't care who or what it's for. You deserve to be successful



      Edit: I guess I should explain. You do several things well, in different musical styles, in the context of a band or of a solo artist. It's all great.
      <div class="signaturecontainer"><font face="verdana"><a href="http://www.reverbnation.com/christianschulze" target="_blank">http://www.reverbnation.com/christianschulze</a></font></div>

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      • #4
        Thanks guys, your comments mean a lot.



        You can download two of the songs if you like, i put a link in the description

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        • #5
          Nice job, man.



          That's a helluva lotta work you put into that.



          Also, you have thoroughly proved W.C. Garb's axiom that it is not what a synthesizer can do, but what a man can do with a synthesizer.

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          • #6
            Thanks man, it took literally weeks, I'm glad everyones enjoying it though

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            • #7
              I really enjoyed MT32 Mania... Nice work!

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              • #8
                Anyone gonna buy one?

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                • #9






                  Quote Originally Posted by xanderbeanz
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                  Anyone gonna buy one?






                  I almost bought a used one in 1988.
                  Kronos, Fant.G8, PC3X, K2500RS, A6, Q, M3-61, Fant.X7, Motif 8, EX5(x2), V-Synth, K2000(x2), D50, JD800, JD990, JP8080, XP30, MC909, MC505, JX-10, JX-305, TR-707, Juno 1, DR-202, Radias, Triton Pro, Wavest. SR, EMX1, ESX1, ER-1, EA-1, R3, Poly 800, RS7000, FS1R (x2), RM1X, AN200, DX200, QY70, QY100, K5000S, OB-12, Maschine,ASR10,ASR88,ASR-X Pro, EPS,Virus B, Equinox,E-Mu XL-7,MiniAK, Synthstation,X-Station, XioSynth,TG33,Venom,V50,UltraNova,Z1,Spark,Moog LP Stage II, JP8000,Tetra,Supernova 2.

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                  • #10
                    No but the full D-50 might be in the cards someday. I loved the sound of the D-550 when I had it... at the time I didn't have a computer in the studio for editing, so I just sold it.
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                    • #11
                      Excellent work, Xander, very excellent indeed!
                      <div class="signaturecontainer"><div align="right">Hurrr. Derp, derp, derp.</div></div>

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                      • #12
                        Very nice job. I remembering thinking how cool the MT-32 looked. I had no idea it was just a shell of the D-50. I just wanted a way into this new Roland gear. I wound up owning both the D-20 and D-50 which I miss them dearly.

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                        • #13
                          Back when I originally thought about buying an MT-32 in the late 80s, I had already bought a D-50 (which I still have and use) and wanted something that offered LA synthesis but was multitimbral. On paper the MT-32 seemed to fit the bill, but when I went in and auditioned it, it was just too noisy. Digital to analog conversion in the MT-32 was nothing like that in the D-50 -- it turns out that to save money on production costs, Roland eliminated circuitry that calibrated the DACs on the MT-32. Also you couldn't save your own patches inside the unit itself -- it required you to load them via SYSEX every time you turned it on.



                          Still, for people who wanted that LA sound back in the day, it was a nice unit to have. I even knew a couple of "one man band" keyboardists back then who would sequence an MT-32 as their back up band while they played their keyboard at small gigs.
                          Kronos, Fant.G8, PC3X, K2500RS, A6, Q, M3-61, Fant.X7, Motif 8, EX5(x2), V-Synth, K2000(x2), D50, JD800, JD990, JP8080, XP30, MC909, MC505, JX-10, JX-305, TR-707, Juno 1, DR-202, Radias, Triton Pro, Wavest. SR, EMX1, ESX1, ER-1, EA-1, R3, Poly 800, RS7000, FS1R (x2), RM1X, AN200, DX200, QY70, QY100, K5000S, OB-12, Maschine,ASR10,ASR88,ASR-X Pro, EPS,Virus B, Equinox,E-Mu XL-7,MiniAK, Synthstation,X-Station, XioSynth,TG33,Venom,V50,UltraNova,Z1,Spark,Moog LP Stage II, JP8000,Tetra,Supernova 2.

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                          • #14
                            A lot of pent up talent there !
                            世界で最高のシンセはmicroKORGにある

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                            • #15
                              This is great. You are great. Please just keep on doing what you are doing. I really enjoy it.

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