Korg SuperDelta

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oryjen
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Re: Korg SuperDelta

Post by oryjen » Wed Jul 03, 2013 11:24 am

Nobody interested in good old crunchy sounds, or surprised by that "crappy-divide-down" fantastic power? ;)
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Re: Korg SuperDelta

Post by alan partridge » Wed Jul 03, 2013 11:55 am

Some great sounds. This 'crappy' divide-down technology can produce some beautiful poly sounds on an analog synth. That's why I mentioned, on the 'what should they build next' thread, that some of the current analog companies would also find it could be very lucrative, were they to try it .. ;)

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Re: Korg SuperDelta

Post by oryjen » Thu Jul 04, 2013 12:01 pm

Some pads...





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Re: Korg SuperDelta

Post by oryjen » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:04 am

Some others:




Korg MS10-MS20-MS50-SQ10-X911-SuperDelta-800DV-MP4-ES50-P800-PE1000-M500SP-Trident MkII-KPR77-DSS1-P61-Volcas&Monotrons/Eko P15/YAMAHA CS30-CP30-DX9/RSF Bbox x2/Viscount CL1-R64/SCI Multitrack-P600/Roland GR500-SH1000/TimbreWolf/SX210/Mx3000

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