'Synthesized' at the Centre for Computing History, Cambridge, UK

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'Synthesized' at the Centre for Computing History, Cambridge, UK

Post by minty » Sat May 04, 2019 12:17 pm

Hi everyone, it's that time of year again!

Last year's event was a great success - we got to be up close and personal with a PPG Waveterm and a pair of Fairlights (plus lots of other interesting and exotic kit) - take a look at the photos here: http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/ ... June-2019/

We'd love this year's event to be as good, if not better. The Fairlights will be coming back, as will the Roland System 100M - but we'd really love some more synth enthusiasts to get involved. Yes, we'd love someone to bring their Synclavier or DKI Synergy - but one of the hits of last year's event was a humble Korg Micropreset that we used to recreate the hits of OMD and the Human League! So please, just bring your favourite synth and be ready be to passionate about it.

If you'd like to get involved, PM me. If you'd like to come, it'll be on the 22nd to 23rd June here in Cambridge UK. More details on the link above.
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Re: 'Synthesized' at the Centre for Computing History, Cambridge, UK

Post by desmond » Sat May 04, 2019 2:27 pm

This was super fun last year - do post this over at the Sound On Sound forums, let's see if we can get some regulars over there to come this time... :thumbleft:

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