Jon Johnson

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  1. Daft Punk Random Access Memories
  2. Under their trademark masks and amid a swirl of rumors, the enigmatic electronic music pioneers known as Daft Punk return with their fourth full-length studio album, Random Access Memories. Celebrated for futuristic disco-funk explorations and visually arresting performances, the follow-up to 2005’s blockbusting Human After All and the innovative 2010 soundtrack to Tron: Legacy brings the elusive French duo back into a dazzling spotlight. View full album
  3. Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine
  4. The Movement Drum System II (generally referred to as the Movement MCS Percussion Computer) was a very rare British-made drum machine produced between 1981 (MKI) and 1983 (MKII). View full drum machine
  5. Movement Computer Systems Movement Drum System II
  6. In Visible Silence is the second full-length release by avant-garde pop group Art of Noise in April 1986, and the first created by members Anne Dudley, J. J. Jeczalik and Gary Langan in the wake of their departure from the ZTT record label which had been the home of the group's genesis. The first single, "Legs", was followed by two major hits on the UK chart in 1986: "Peter Gunn", that featured guitar legend Duane Eddy; and "Paranoimia" with television personality Max Headroom, where actor Matt Frewer performed two different monologues for each of the 7" and 12" versions. "Legacy", a follow up single, was taken from a special limited edition bonus album, Re-works of Art of Noise. A live version of the album was recorded in Hammersmith, London and released on VHS and 12-inch CD Video in 1987. View full album
  7. Art Of Noise - In Visible Silence
  8. Harvestman - Music For Megaliths
  9. The Trax RetroWave desktop monosynth was designed for musicians who want the warmth and power of classic analogue synthesizer sound, created by a real analogue instrument, as opposed to a digital system. It is equally at home on stage, or in the amateur or professional studio. View full synthesizer
  10. Trax Controls RetroWave R-1
  11. Doepfer MS-404 Monophonic Analog Synthesizer
  12. MS-404 is a MIDI-controlled monophonic analog synthesizer. It takes account into the actual trend of analog sound synthesis combined with the immediate access to all sound parameters. The MS-404 is a serious alternative to the high-cost second hand vintage synthesizers. The sound generating section of the MS-404 is 100% analog (VCO, Noise, VCF, VCA, ADSR, 2 LFO's). Even the envelope and the LFO's are pure analog and not simulated by software. The immediate access to all sound parameters is realised by 15 knobs and 6 switches. The external audio input enables the subsequent sound modeling of other sound sources like samplers, digital synthesizers or expanders. On top of that the MS-404 works as a monophonic MIDI-to-CV interface to control another analog synthesizer. The MS-404 is capable of controlling VCF frequency and VCA envelope amount (accent) via MIDI. View full synthesizer
  13. Doepfer Dark Energy II
  14. Dark Energy II is a monophonic, analog synthesizer with USB and MIDI interface. Its entire sound generation as well as all its modulation sources is 100% analog. Only the USB/MIDI interface uses, of course, digital component parts. View full synthesizer
  15. Doepfer Dark Energy I
  16. Dark Energy is a monophonic analogue synthesizer with USB- and MIDI interface. The entire sound generation as well as all it‘s modulation sources are 100% true analogue. Only the USB/MIDI interface uses, of course, digital components. Dark Energy is housed in a rugged black steel case with wooden side panels. Only high quality potentiometers with metal shafts are used. Each poti is screwed to the chassis. The space between the knobs ist larger as with the A-100 modular system and we used knobs with a neat vintage look. View full synthesizer
  17. AVP Synth MAD-5
  18. The PS-3200 Programmable Polyphonic Synthesizer: We developed this instrument as an improved and memory-equipped version of our polyphonic PS-3100 synthesizer which has attracted much attention from the world's leading musicians. As is the case with our other polyphonic synthesizers, you can play as many keys as you like at the same time. Each key has its own microelectronic IC synthesizer circuit. The biggest feature of the PS-3200 is that it has a memory. You can program it to remember 16 completely different tone colors that you are free to create as you would on an ordinary synthesizer. Programming is as simple as pressing a button. If you have been using monophonic synthesizers, rest assured that we have sacrificed nothing in converting to polyphonic operation. View full synthesizer
  19. Korg PS-3200
  20. The PS-3200 Programmable Polyphonic Synthesizer: We developed this instrument as an improved and memory-equipped version of our polyphonic PS-3100 synthesizer which has attracted much attention from the world's leading musicians. As is the case with our other polyphonic synthesizers, you can play as many keys as you like at the same time. Each key has its own microelectronic IC synthesizer circuit. The biggest feature of the PS-3200 is that it has a memory. You can program it to remember 16 completely different tone colors that you are free to create as you would on an ordinary synthesizer. Programming is as simple as pressing a button. If you have been using monophonic synthesizers, rest assured that we have sacrificed nothing in converting to polyphonic operation. View full synthesizer
  21. PS-3100 Polyphonic Synthesizer
  22. In developing The Korg PS-3100 polyphonic synthesizer we have built on the technical know-how employed in other KORG synthesizers (the Mini KORG for example) and have created a true polyphonic synthesizer that is the realization of many a synthesist's dream. In the past even the larger synthesizers employing multiple VCO's have been monophonic instruments as far as the keyboard was concerned. This fact alone gave them a unique place among keyboard instruments. View full synthesizer
  23. Korg PS-3300 Polysynth
  24. The Korg PS-3300 is one of 3 polyphonic modular synthesizer made by Korg in the late 1970's. The high production costs and complexity of the instrument gave it a price tag that was out of reach for anyone but the wealthiest musicians of the day. Bob Moog was so impressed with the PS-3300 that after he was given a demonstration of it he is quoted as saying that it was "the best synthesizer for fat sounds". View full synthesizer
  25. I really want one of these or a quality knock off