Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Juno 106 and Microkorg XL

Just a quick and dirty demonstration of the two working together, alongside the Juno-G for drums and MIDI clocking.

This is a cover of "Enola Gay" by OMD, using the Juno for the lead lines and the Microkorg XL for the bass line (using the arpeggiator).

Recorded really quickly on a small digital camera.

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