RMI Harmonic Synthesizer

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RMI Harmonic Synthesizer

Post by doombient.music » Tue Jun 07, 2011 6:30 pm

Hi all,

I´ve recorded some demos of that mythical beast and put it through its paces. No sophisticated playing (I´m not Rick Wakeman... thank God!) but I thought you might like to listen to these tracks:

http://soundcloud.com/doombient-music/r ... nic-drones

http://soundcloud.com/doombient-music/r ... onic-demos

http://soundcloud.com/doombient-music/r ... modulation

http://soundcloud.com/doombient-music/r ... iator-demo

Please find some annotations which you might find useful (or not). If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.



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Post by MindMachine » Sun Jun 12, 2011 2:00 am

Thanks for that. It has always been a classic and rare beast. I think it is visually stunning (in a Logans Run sort of way...).

I use my Casio SK-1's Harmonic synth section and pretend it is an RMI. Put through the Kurzweil Mangler or ElectroHarmonix Graphic Fuzz sounds very awesome (Alesis Bitrman too).

I hope that you get much happiness with it. It such a nice piece of EM history. Let us know if it ends up in any of your recordings. :guinness:

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Post by Morley » Sun Jun 12, 2011 4:25 am

A rare beast. Thanks Stephen!

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