Friday Fun: Microvolt 3900 + Behringer Neutron Synth Jam

US With Ventris Dual Reverb, Arturia Keystep and Lab4Music Sipario      29/06/18
    MP4 8:20 mins    

Another one of our period Friday Fun Synth jams. This time we have the Pittsburgh Modular Microvolt 3900 (see our full review) and the Behringer Neutron (see full review) this is apparently poised to hit the stores in the next couple of weeks.

We're also using the Arturia Keystep, the Lab4Music Sipario MIDI router (see review) and the Ventris Dual Reverb (see review).

Editor Nick Batt noodles with the setup.

Incidentally, Nick has just released a 3 track EP (Lost Connection) which you can check out on Bandcamp.Lost Connection Nick Batt EP

 

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