Well, actually it’s 4 Solaris sequencer tracks. But it sounds like an arpeggiator. The fusion of wavetables and analog-like oscillators is marvellous. Some unexpected clipping at the end of the recording … well, VCAs … (o;
Again, with Elka MK88 master keyboard. (Polyphonic) aftertouch controls the Solaris LFOs speed … Wonderful.
… in this sample, the Elka MK88 serves as masterkeyboard, allowing polyphonic aftertouch control of the Solaris filters. Pressing each note independently is hard work!
Great sample & hold effect. This reminds of an Oberheim 4-voice in unison mode.
Well, there’s not much to say. Just listen! The filter resonance in particular behaves excellent!
Strong Oberheim filter, smooth envelopes, user-friendly step sequencer, internal delay … a microcosm for itself, a joy to play.
You hear a single track recording that uses the internal sequencer, joystick modulation and part enabling / disabling … all in real-time. The sound consists of a maximum of 3 parts, each with slightly different panorama position.
You hear 3 Solaris sequencer tracks. The main track is a pulse-type sound, the pulse width modulation is performed by one of the LFOs and also manually.
The internal phaser effect. Very soft and very, very nice.
Single part sound with sawtooth oscillator and high pass filter. Filter self resonance “played” with the fingers via the ribbon controller. Strong unison mode.