A few days ago, we watched a video-review of the "Korg Volca FM" synthesizer by someone we didn't know much about. He goes by the name of: "Cuckoo" and the review we watched was very good.
We've always enjoyed the thorough reviews by "SonicState" but "Cuckoo" brings a slightly more hands-on, and exploring, approach.
Here's the link to the SonicState review of the Volca FM:
Here's the link to the review by Cuckoo:
Here are 2 more Cuckoo reviews on the Volca FM. This first one explains "FM Synthesis" in general:
In this video, he lets us hear the Volca FM "Patches" that he created:
Ever since Korg introduced their version of the 1970s "ARP Odyssey" synthesizer, many Musicians (Sylvia and I included) have been wondering when Korg would reveal their version of the "ARP 2600" synthesizer. They had former ARP Engineer, David Friend, give a Talk during the Odyssey's unveiling and, I guess, Korg obtained special permission to manufacturer this new instrument. So I assumed they would move to the next plateau in the ARP lineup and build the "2600".
Now that it's been at least 24-months since the Odyssey's release, we still have no "ARP 2600".
The other day, I was thinking about this and then I thought:
Just some thoughts.
Here's the link to the "Korg ARP Odyssey":
Here's the link to an "ARP 2600":
Here's the link to an "ARP 2500" page:
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