Superbooth 2018: Din Sync Gibert - A Frankensynth Of Roland Flavours

US The CEM Wars have begun and Din Sync have chosen their side...      08/05/18

CEM Wars - A New Hope...

In the beginning there was only one Curtis chip only one CEM, however with recent clones taking to the market some rebel manufacturers are making a stand and striking  from their synth dungeons by only using the real Curtis chips.

Pursued by sinister agents who are attempting to clone everything and anything Din Sync are making their own frankensynth in an attempt to restore balance to the waveforce and save a synth community..............................

Anyway DinSync have made a synth that has a load of old roland designs in it and does some very nice sounding acid.

More info at DinSync



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