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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Akai SG01v Vintage Synth module. Opinions?

Patch name with audio demo. For those curious, here’s the link: It’s amazing that with all the newer things coming out year after ssg01v all the older less hyped up stuff gets lost in the woodwork. Mysterious and fascinating synth. Akai SG01v Vintage Synth module.

The Akai may be fantastic, but you may find it as useful as a vocoder or a talkbox. Hey McHale, check out the sound samples for the Akai, You might find the Akai more usefeul to you than as a talk box.

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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 gs01v. Join the HC Newsletter. Previous 1 2 Next. View the Media Kit. Most are quite good and sound authentic.


Some supposed “lead” sounds I find to akaii great in the mid or bass range, at least with other synths. There are some effects too, reverb delay etc.

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Hey, flat earth, yes that is where I heard tha samples, on synthmania. Looks like a fantastic little box though.

AKAI SG01V – Specifications, pictures, prices, links, reviews and ratings

Pretty realistic Leslie effect obtained with filter and LFO settings assigned to modulation wheel. But as I started to use them I would find you were basically stuck with what they gave you. I recorded these SG01v demos going through a T. I’ll have to keep an eye out for it now.


It is a “vintage synth module”, hence you won’t find realistic grand pianos, saxophones or acoustic sg01 here; instead, you will be treated to a series of classic synthesizer and keyboard patches. Cold war minimal wavish sounds.

The cute Korg M monosynth. Incredible synth bass – with the superb mono-legato mode. But then again, it’s Akai. We seem to be reviving a real sleeper synth here.


Akai SG01V

I can’t speak to the Akai as I’ve never played one. Were more s01v these released in Europe, I wonder? Not really a fascinating synth to work with, but it does have a number of really useful and musical sounds. I was pleasantly surprised by this synth – because it sounds sg01 goodand even though this is not a super-programmable module, it still is a lot of fun and a nice addition to any musician’s studio.

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Incredible polysynth, very useful for many genres. But you can’t use it very often and if you do, it’s too much.

From Roland’s warm synthesizer JX-3P. The polyphony is 32 notes, and it is channel poly-timbric. Sure the vocoder and talkbox are cool as hell.