The AKAI SG01V has an average rating of out of 5.(The AKAI SG01V has a total of 14 reviews). Sonic State:SynthSite:AKAI SG01V ted by B Guy. Also on this page: links to other resources for the AKAI SG01V. The SG01V is the blandest MOST boring looking synthesizer ever: mundane the AKAI SG01V not really it’s more like a homekeyboard with cool sounds in a .
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It sounded good before I bought it. I haven’t heard the emu vintage keys, but I think Akai has alot of knowledge when it comes to using sampling to capture the sound of a vintage synth and I think the sampling might be 16 bit so it makes the sound warmer.
For me, at least, it was a mistake to sell that little guy. Help FAQs Go to top.
I got this recently from the Delsin Records yard sale, fishing behind the net for some exotic gear this little module was all that was left after a tsunami of greedy gear addicted producers plundered through the machines. Yamaha PSR, 3 meter long Hosa stereo cable jack to phono.
The alai is 32 notes, and it is channel poly-timbric.
But then again, it’s Akai. Go back to main synthesizer site. Features at a glance. There are also two banks of classic-sounding drums a la TR and Simmons. Like a sad ugly puppy nobody wanted I decided to pick xkai up in my never ending adventerous journey for new unexplored sounds… The SG01V is the blandest MOST boring looking synthesizer ever: SG01v Vintage Sound Module.
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Interesting, I was listening to this little guy on Paolo’s Synthmania site a couple of weeks back. AKAI must have had some corporate guideline were fun and colors were not allowed — electronic music equipment sg0v a SERIOUS business — lets make it look like drab lab equipment remembering you of horrible nightmares in Hi-school chemistry class! Also check below for more info!!!!!!!!
Good luck on your search. Looks like a fantastic little box though. I had a similar Roland module at the time, one of those Aaki derived cheapo things that you could get in Vintage Synth, Dance etc. View the Media Kit. I thought the bass synth samples were very impressive.
Pretty realistic Leslie effect obtained with filter and LFO settings assigned to modulation wheel. That’s the fun I guess.
Beautiful, warm Roland D style electric xg01v. Electronic M effects processor to “help out a bit”, since the SG01v on-board reverbs are a bit short. They do sound good though. It tells you that every decade had its unsung heros of talented programmers and sound designers. The filter on this unit is also supposed to be quite good. One of the aki sounded close, but sg1v example wasn’t representing it in a slower more legato type way as in the soundtrack.
Akai SG01v Vintage Synth module. Sure the vocoder and talkbox are cool as hell. Classic house organ, bubbly acid and sounds.
I would be looking for something to pair with a Roland PK-5 midi bass controller and I am hoping to get a John Carpenter “Assault on Precinct 16” bass synth sound out of it. I recorded these SG01v demos going through a T.
Solid offering of classic drum samples – a la Roland TR, Simmons, and others.