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Please Don't Drink Bleach
 
  24th/43   Σ22.423   May 29th 2020 7:43pm
 
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Since the quarantine, I haven't had more free time, but I've been peeking at Ebay a lot, and stumbled across a Casio MT-600, recognizing it as the one my grandmother had.

It made some sounds that weren't typical of the other keyboards from its day, and it wasn't until looking it up and buying one that I realized why: it was the last line of synthesis based keyboards before they all went to cheap sample playing. A digital oscillator and proper analog filter makes for a poor person's Juno 60 slightly crossed with a Wave if it only had the first 12 waves in the table.

You'll hear the MT-600 on the edges of the stereo mix. The rest of the sounds are my Dr. Rhythm drums (also something I've had at my grandmother's house) and SunVox modules, and vocals made with PaintVoice.
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121757
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post #121757 :: 2020.05.29 8:46pm :: edit 2020.05.29 8:49pm
  
  garvalf liēkd this
i think it would have been better if the bass wasn't hardpanned to the left
 
 
121771
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chunter
 
 
 
post #121771 :: 2020.05.30 1:08am
  
  sc liēkd this
It isn't, that's the low note from the Casio.
 
 
121861
Level 22 Chipist
Lincent
 
 
 
post #121861 :: 2020.05.31 3:03pm
but it looks so tasty!!!
 
 
122405
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Sloopygoop
 
 
post #122405 :: 2020.06.10 11:58am
Music... so... neutered.... where's that bleach??!
 
 

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