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Synthwave - Retrowave

Synthwave and Retrowave are two genres of music that have been gaining popularity in recent years. Both genres draw heavily from 80s music, Synthwave is a style of electronic music that was heavily influenced by 1980s film soundtracks, video game music, and synthpop. Retrowave is a subgenre of synthwave which combines the sounds of 1980s synthpop with modern production techniques. Sometimes they are being referred as one and only genre - the only sure is that its names are neologism.


Yamaha CS-80

The Yamaha CS-80 is a classic analog synthesizer that has become an iconic instrument in the world of music production. It was released in 1977 and quickly became a favorite among many professional musicians. The CS-80 was renowned for its rich sound and powerful features, which allowed users to create complex and beautiful sounds that could only be achieved with this synthesizer. It is still used today by many producers and musicians who want to capture the classic sound of the CS-80 in their music. Its distinctive sound has been featured on countless records over the years, making it one of the most sought after instruments for music production.

In my mind this is the most iconic synth of those kind of music styles - but this is my just my opinion and it has to do mostly with my personal taste.

It could also be used in other genres with a big success.



Synthwave music has become increasingly popular in recent years, as new technology has made it easier to create and manipulate sounds. By utilizing the latest advancements in synthesizers and digital audio workstations, producers have been able to craft unique and exciting sounds that have captivated audiences worldwide. With the help of these new tools, producers are able to create a wide variety of soundscapes that range from nostalgic 80s vibes to modern-day electronic music. Furthermore, the ability to manipulate individual sound parameters with a few clicks of a mouse or tap of a finger has allowed producers to experiment with different styles and techniques that were previously impossible.



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