Jon Johnson

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About Jon Johnson

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    Music,synths,gear,otherworldly ventures,"good" TV Shows & Movies

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  1. Synthstrom Audible is a boutique electronics manufacturer from Wellington, New Zealand. they recently unveiled their new Deluge instrument, 3 years in the making, as an all in one stand-alone, portable synthesizer, sequencer and sampler designed for the creation, performance and improvisation of electronic music. The Deluge was created from the beginning to be original design independent of influences from hardware of the past or currently being manufactured. The unit offers a wide range of specifications. View full synthesizer
  2. Deluge Synthstrom Audible
  3. James Beauchamp invented the Harmonic Tone Generator in 1964, one of the first additive electronic voltage-controlled synthesizers, under the direction of Lejaren Hiller at the Experimental Music Studio at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. View full synthesizer
  4. Harmonic Tone Generator James Beauchamp
  5. The After Touch on the Korg Prophecy is incredibly "physical". You can really feel it dig in on the keyboard. I made this video back in January 2012 demonstarting the After Touch feature.
  6. Inventor Harald Bode created a monophonic touch sensitive keyboard instrument, the ‘Melodium’, developed with the assistance of Oskar Vierling, inventor of the ‘Grosstonorgel’. The instrument was used extensively for film music and ‘light music’ during the 1940’s. View full synthesizer
  7. Melodium Harald Bode
  8. Max Kohl AG founded on 14 March 1876 was a well known company that designed and built scientific mechanical and electrical instruments and was based on Andorfer Str, Chemnitz, Germany. The company created a huge range of equipment sold throughout the world to laboratories and universities including a sound instrument based on a design by the German physicist and psychologist Hermann von Helmholtz. The Max Kohl AG factory in Chemnitz was destroyed by allied bombing during WW2 and most of the remaining equipment was transported intact after the war to the Soviet Union View full synthesizer
  9. Helmholtz Sound Synthesiser Max Kohl
  10. The Subharchord is a German electronic musical instrument featuring subharmonic synthesis. View full synthesizer
  11. Subharchord Ernst Schreiber
  12. quick and dirty the way people like em. Scraping the dust and rust off OASYS fires up 2017

     

  13. Quick and dirty the way everyone wants em. Stop the hard drives, stop the texting, stop everything and jam. An OASYS fix is just what's needed. Haven't had a good jam on this fabulous synthesizer since November 19, 2016. I need more of this.
  14. Quick and dirty the way everyone wants em. Stop the hard drives, stop the texting, stop everything and jam. An OASYS fix is just what's needed. Haven't had a good jam on this fabulous synthesizer since November 19, 2016. I need more of this.
  15. White Out - Johannes Schmoelling