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Wednesday, 01 December 2021 00:00
Written by Synthonia
What is Jooble? are you looking for a job as a musician or sound designer?
For years, the music industry has been one of the most important and fastest-growing sectors ofthe world economy. On the one hand, as a sector within the creative industries, and on the otherhand, as a driver of the music industry's products and other sectors such as consumer goods,press, advertising, electronics, etc. If you are interested in working in the music industry, you'dlike to learn more about the industry's opportunities. Jooble can help you with this matter.
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Wednesday, 06 October 2021 00:00
Written by inemokeys
The Organ Grinder was the first Lounsberry Pedal designed for keyboards. Developed with the aid of Roger Powell of Utopia and Meat Loaf fame, it provides a fat, tubelike overdrive for clonewheel organs that can cover the gamut of organ sounds from Greg Rollie, to Jon Lord, Uriah Heep, and even Canterbury sounds. It is a gain staged preamp with Germanium diodes. The onset of overdrive is gradual and can be easily controlled with the swell pedal. It adds compression and 2nd order harmonics. With it’s drive and transparency, it works extremely well even with complex chord shapes. Like all…
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Wednesday, 18 August 2021 00:00
Written by Synthonia
The Noisemaker is a free, easy-to-use synthesizer plug-in from TAL. 
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Monday, 09 August 2021 00:00
Written by Giuseppe
Kurzweil K2700 Vs K2600
After 25 years, the release of the K2700 for many musicians means the return of one of the greatestWorkstations of the 90s. The Kurzweil K2600. Unique and innovative of its kind for the power and theinfinite possibilities of sound and programming. Suffice it to say that in 1996 a computer had a maximum of32mb Ram, the K2600 instead had the possibility of expanding up to 128mb of Ram.
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Tuesday, 06 July 2021 14:05
Written by Synthonia
EMU VINTAGE KEYS 
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