Casio XW-P1 Bladerunner Test

Just needs more reverb      28/05/12

The Casio XW-P1 is stting in the office here at present awaiting its turn for a review. So  I was interested to see Ralph Maten post this interpretation of the' Theme from Bladerunner. Its something we occiasionally like to do with synths we have in for review here - although nowhere near as accomplished. Ralph also gave us a demo of the XW-P1 at Musik Messe earlier this year.

I must say it was pretty impressive - although appeared to be lacking in the legendary 9 secs of reverb (from the Yamaha Rev 1 we understand), Mr Vangelis liked to swathe everything in.

More to come from us on the Casio XW-P1 soon - if you have any questions - leave them in the comments here and we will attempt to cover them in the full review.



 

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Blue Monster 65    Said...

Wow - that has me grinning almost as big as him! Very nice job with that one, but you're correct: it needs more reverb!

28-May-12 09:28 AM


Bernard    Said...

Mike Martin does a really cool version too:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSa1iSo1AII&feature=endscreen&NR=1

Don't miss it!

28-May-12 04:46 PM


Sal    Said...

Sounds terrible

12-Mar-13 01:27 PM


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