Listen: Album Made Using Only Timbre Wolf by Zeropunk

Are you ready for this?      17/04/19

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Just got sent this by Zeropunk - the new album is out now and its called Timbre Wolf - because the only instrument used on it is the Akai Timbre Wolf. A four voice analog synthesizer that was considered by many to perhaps not be the finest instrument and has been the subject of many a Synth Meme. Those of you now feeling inspired, will have to go to the second hand market, as the Timbre Wolf has been discontinued.

Its actually pretty good, with an ambient vibe to it, and just goes to show, its not what you use but how you use it. One of our favourite track titles has go to be  "Cats & Wolves Akai Dan"

  Hi. My name is Tomasz Hajduk aka Zeropunk. I released an album entitled Timbre Wolf. An interesting fact is that everything was played only on Akai Timbre Wolf. One of the songs is dedicated to Dan from Akai. It's a short album in electronic style. I hope that you will like the whole idea and sounds and you will be able to make a short info about that on Sonic State site.

Bandcamp: https://bit.ly/2uWytp7 
Apple/iTunes:https://apple.co/2VKV4k4 
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2uVX2m4

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