Podcast: Sonic TALK 361 - Axel Hartmann

Synth designer - an interview      27/05/14

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48:51 mins

Axel Hartmann - Design-box.de

A pre-recorded interview with go-to synth designer Axel Hartmann. He's worked with Moog, Waldorf, Access and of course the monster Schmidt poly synth and many more.

We talk about the design process, some classics, the Neuron and plenty of other stuff too.

 


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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
THEXCEE    Said...

genious :D i´m still proud of my MW-I ;D cheers thexcee

27-May-14 10:19 AM


CI    Said...

The section about built quality and the Waldorf Pulse being built in germany made me roll on the floor. When I received my Pulse II, it was the synth that actually had the worst build quality ever. Knobs fretting on the top board and the audio jacks were not coincident to the casing holes to the point I have to force the connectors in and slightly bend the circuit board. Quality control is needed, everywhere

29-May-14 11:49 AM


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