April 12, 2012



  1. Hey Jacob, I found something else that might interest you. A friend from Japan posted this image on Facebook.


    This applies for the Paraphonic 505 and the early RS-09 that I have, but I'm not sure if it's the same for your later RS-09 model..

    It's interesting nonetheless, as it shows that there are people out there who are missing out on the full colour of these string synthesizers.

    'Natural, Slow Undulation'


  2. Hello, I had a bit of trouble with my rs-09 today, maybe you can help.

    I started up my rs-09 and it was having trouble playing multiple notes at once. It was making a quivering sound when I played more than one note, but single notes sounded fine. I then turned off my unit and then back on, and it seems to work fine now.

    Do you know what this mean? Does this mean that something might be wrong with my unit internally or that one of it's components are going bad? Your help would be much appreciated. Thanks!

  3. Hey Sam, thanks for that. That is quite interesting. I'm glad there's still more to discover about these instruments after all this time.

    And to the anonymous stranger: I'm not really an expert on the technical side of things. I'm just a fellow enthusiast. I had a similar but opposite problem with my RS-09 a while back: hitting one key was triggering multiple notes... I had no choice but to take it into the shop.

  4. beautiful. its difficult finding a case for mine.