I went back and listened to the tryouts of the self-made TTSH that Jesper Pedersen posted on SoundCloud a while ago.1 (The Two Thousand Six Hundred is an unusual DIY clone of the ARP 2600.)
It’s interesting to think that while preceeding it by a year, the modular 2600’s production run is more or less parallel to that of the Oddysey. It’s a very particular sound those ARP instruments have!
In contrast to the punch of the first sequencer tryout that Jesper posted there’s also a warm drone and a more mellow sequence with some nice intonation and modulation details that appear as it progresses.
“I began building hardware to take a little pause from software” he comments in the comments. ↩
Modular Diary – 025: I went back and listened to the tryouts of the self-made TTSH that @jespertralala posted on… rdgr.me/u/j26dpm