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Recommended Synthesizer

Roland JUNO-Di Review!

For those of you interested in making your own music (perhaps for mixing your own trance music like a DJ, the Roland JUNO-Di could possibly the synthesizer you need.  This synthesizer is pretty cool considering you can synthesize 1000 different instruments, edit with Mac/PC, and a whole lot more.

Check out this review video of this unit:

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Synthesizer Hack – How to Make Pressure Sensor Synthesizer!


For those of you into sound synthesizers, you might want to take a look at this video where the creator uses aluminum foil and conductive foam to make pressure sensing sound synthesizer to make some cool sound effects. (on YouTube)

A first test of a simple DIY pressure sensor surface for controlling analog synthesis. It is built from cheap conductive foam, with aluminium foil taped on both sides in various patches. Only the right side of the sensor surface is connected.

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DIY Pulsar Mini-Synthesizer/Sequencer!

I have a confession to make, I have been corrupted by one of my best friend to spend hours in front of his 80s sequencer and make my own music.   If you are a hardcore DJ/hacker/musician, you might be interested in this cool DIY Pulsar Mini Synthesizer/Sequencer that will let you make some cool 8-bit sounds ALL day long. :p

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Video of the Pulsar Sequencer in action:


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DIY Hyponotic Synthesizer Acid Machine!


Check out this DIY Hypnotic Synthesizer Acid Machine that will allow you to hypnotize anyone or at least let them feel “high” on some music notes.

The circle with the lines that you see on the top of the machine, rotates and displays the note you are playing. When you play a C the lines in the middle circle will be standing still.. from the C it will go outward, displaying all notes on a keyboard in 12 steps.

It works by making a LED blink in the frequency of the sound, and rotating the image at a set speed. For th

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