SYNTHESIZERS & SAMPLERS & DIGITAL DRUMS




The best synthesizers in history are subjective, and it depends on the person's preference, the music style, and the era the synths were released. However, here are some of the most famous and influential synthesizers in history:



- Moog Minimoog - This was released in 1970 by Robert Moog, it was one of the first portable synthesizers and it has become a classic instrument, used in many genres of music. It features a monophonic analog sound and its versatility has made it a favorite among musicians.



- Roland TB-303 - This was released in 1981 by Roland, it was primarily designed as an accompaniment machine for guitarists, it quickly became a favorite among electronic music producers, particularly in the emerging acid house and techno scenes.



- Oberheim OB-X - This was released in 1979 by Oberheim, it was one of the first polyphonic synthesizers, it features an analog sound and its rich and warm tone has made it a favorite among musicians.



- Korg MS-20 - This was released in 1978 by Korg, it was a semi-modular synthesizer, it features an analog sound and its versatile sound and patching capabilities made it a favorite among electronic music producers.



- Roland Jupiter-8 - This was released in 1981 by Roland, it was one of the first polyphonic synthesizers, it features an analog sound and its rich and warm tone has made it a favorite among musicians.



- Yamaha DX7 - This was released in 1983 by Yamaha, it was one of the first digital synthesizers, it features a distinctive sound and it was widely used in pop and electronic music.



- Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 - This was released in 1978 by Sequential Circuits, it was one of the first programmable polyphonic synthesizers, it features an analog sound and its versatile sound and patching capabilities made it a favorite among electronic music producers.



- The ARP 2600 is a semi-modular analog synthesizer that was first introduced by ARP Instruments in 1971. It is known for its versatility and ease of use, and it has been used by many notable musicians and bands in a variety of musical genres.



- The Yamaha CS-80 is a polyphonic analog synthesizer that was first introduced by Yamaha in 1976. It is considered one of the most advanced and powerful synthesizers of its time, and it has been used by many notable musicians and bands in a variety of musical genres.



- The Mellotron is a type of electronic keyboard that uses pre-recorded tapes to play back sounds when a key is pressed. It was first developed in the early 1960s and was used by a number of bands and musicians in the 1960s and 1970s.






ABOUT US

il Cabaret del Diavolo (Since 2005) was created for one reason, to bring together a mix of EBM Electronic Body Music and OldSchool Industrial of the 80's & 90's. But we play many others too of course such as SynthPop, DarkWave, Aggrotech, New Beat and Elektronische Musik. Long Live EBM!