PSM was my favorite as a tween. Had a subscription for it until the ps2 era. I have one issue, that I bought a year or so ago: the one with the Street Fighter Alpha 3 cover. Really fun to go back to read it here and there.
haven't got a cut in well over a year. pretty sure december '19 or jan '20 was the last time. it's pretty long right now, and since I've had to grow it out due to pandemic, I'm going to go for the gold and grow it out well past my shoulders.
Anyone know any methods for better tuning stability on an analog synth? My EWI3020 drifts fairly badly. Never out of the range of the tuning knob (and worst case scenario I could transpose a half step and start tuning again) but still a little further and more gradual than ideal. The voltage coming in is pretty steady because I’ve got it on a 100v to 120v transformer, and the last time I had it open it didn’t look like anything was fried or leaking.
Maybe I just need to put a candle in the back of the rack case. Get it warmed up and get the tone nice and sensual.
The only thing that comes to mind is that you should let the synth "warm up" for about 30 minutes before playing. This has been a tip I've been given with any analog synth I've had. I've generally found this to be pretty helpful, especially when I owned a MicroBrute