WNAMM06: GMedia Let it Slip

I don’t think we were supposed to see that      21/01/06

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WNAMM06: GMedia Let it Slip
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At the sprawling M-Audio booth, we caught up with Dave Spiers, who you may remember from such popular videos as The ImpOscar (which spawned a thousand T-shirts) and last year's MiniMonsta Melohman. Dave was showing us the impressive voice listings for the M-tron vitrual Mellotron, which now comes with three additional tape libraries, making a total of 150 out of the box. A slip of the mouse presented us with the screen of some kind of new instrument which was swiftly removed from view. It reminded us of a certain 8 voice polyphonic synth, but Dave would not be drawn to comment. Presumably it will be forthcoming.
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Carl    Said...

I guess that was an early version of the VSM (aka ARSE) from Gmedia? Or something totally new? Looks very tweakable. I think I saw the acronym "S.O.B."? Wonder what that stands for...

17-Jul-07 07:23 PM


DBM    Said...

Sem / OB8 /Expander ? S.o.b.

When When When ?

14-Mar-08 02:31 AM


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