Jon Johnson

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  1. The Welson Syntex is an Italian made analog synthesizer from 1973 It has two VCOs each with square waves and 4 different octave ranges that are 32', 16', 8', and 4' for VCO 1 and 16', 8', 4' 2' for VCO 2. There is also a third VCO for modulation. There is also a noise generator that for white and pink noise. View full synthesizer
  2. Welson Syntex
  3. Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites is the second EP by American electronic music producer Skrillex. It was released exclusively through Beatport on October 22, 2010 through mau5trap and Big Beat Records, while being released on December 20 for digital download via other online retailers and on March 1, 2011 as a physical release. It was recorded in 2010 at his apartment using a laptop. The EP features guest contributions from Penny, Foreign Beggars and Bare Noize as well as remixes done by Noisia, Zedd and Bare Noize. It won two Grammys at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards: one for Best Dance Recording, and another for Best Dance/Electronica Album. View full album
  4. Skrillex - Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites
  5. The Ionic Performer is a 49 key analog synthesizer based on the VCS3 synthesizer. Instead of using a pin matrix it uses rectangular push button switches for making settings. There are two main oscillators with sine,/triangle and square/triangle and one square with an extended low range.The shape (duty cycle) is adjustable as is the relative level of the waveform pairs. There is also an external input level control for a line or microphone signal as a source as well as white noise for a source for oscillator input. View full synthesizer
  6. Ionic Industries Ionic Performer
  7. Stuff i used to do (stylised as stuff i used to do.) is a retrospective compilation album by Canadian progressive house producer deadmau5. The first 13 tracks were prereleased and available for free via file-sharing on WeTransfer on 24 February 2017. It was released on his record label mau5trap on 3 March 2017. View full album
  8. deadmau5 - Stuff I Used To Do
  9. Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
  10. 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
  11. Daft Punk Random Access Memories
  12. Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine
  13. 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
  14. Movement Computer Systems Movement Drum System II
  15. 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