Crumar Bit-99 and Korg PS-3100. Bit pulse sound, PS LFO-to-VCF movement shining through. With external delay effect (Lexicon MPX-100).
Crumar Bit-99 and Korg PS-3100. Soft Bit bass / harsh PS bass sequence in parallel. A very interesting sound combination.
This sample starts in single mode, true-stereo activated. The notes appear randomly left and right. At 00:44 double mode (layer) is switched on. Two sounds per note reduce the Bit polyphony to 3 voices …
Monophonic sequence – double bass (layer) with true-stereo function. I guess the Bit-99 (Bit-01) is one of the most underrated polyphonic analog synthesizers. 6 voices, 12 DCOs, CEM filter, VC attack, VC LFOs … It’s sounding excellent, and it has MIDI, too!
Trilogy pad / LFO modulation / filter modulation sound. Sequential Pro-One bass pattern. ARP Avatar and ARP-2600 percussion (noise).
This sample shows setting C. Oscillator 2 glides down to the target frequency, while oscillator 1 stays unchanged. Closed filter frequency, hence the rather mystique sound. Turn up the volume!
Excellent glide features (A, B, C, D). This sample shows setting B. Oscillator 2 glides up to the target frequency, while oscillator 1 stays unchanged. Opened filter frequency.
Part one of this sample uses an external (high speed) LFO for heavy filter modulation. Part two shows the simple on-board octave modulation feature.
The Trilogy uses CEM 3320 VCF chips. Their filter resonance is one of the best in synthesizer history. Believe it or not.
A sequence of three chord chains, and three different sounds. The Trilogy does not sound that powerful, but it has a very unique sound character.