A Rare Chance to Hear The Roland SH-2

Synthman Prophecies demonstrates      27/07/13

Buying Choices

As I couldn't get to the Syth DIY UK event today at Robinsons College in Cambridge, I was looking for a synth fix elsewhere  and spotted this SH-2 demo from Synthman Prophecies.

The Roland SH-2 analog monosynth was a kind of SH-101 but with an extra oscillator and no sequencer - very much with the livery of the SH-09 - which is a fabulously bassy monosynth and can still be picked up for a reasonable amount I just checked, scratch that...

The SH-2 however seems to be closer to about a £grand.

Synthman Prophecies writes:

Demo of the Roland SH-2 vintage analogue synth. Driven via cv using kenton midi to cv converter and midi sent from Orion daw. Fx indicator on top left visible when used.



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