Wednesday, March 24, 2010


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KORG MS-20 Analog Synthesizer

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MFB Kraftzwerg Semi-Modular Synthesizer

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* semi-modular, fully-analog
* 3 VCOs, 24-dB-lowpass-filter
* 37 patch connectors
* integrated MIDI/CV-interface

MFB-KRAFTZWERG is the semi-modular version of MFB’s Synth-II. It trades memory locations and MIDI-control off for 37 patch connectors that allow breaking and modifying the internal routing. Put single KRAFTZWERG components under analog sequencer control or let the whole unit interact with your existing modular-synthesizer-system.

MFB-KRAFTZWERG works as a stand-alone synthesizer without the need to patch any cable. The classic formation of VCO-VCF-VCA is pre-wired internally, complete with essential modulations. Therefore, you can play the KRAFTZWERG just like any other synthesizer using its MIDI-input. In addition, it may integrate into a full analog environment using control voltages – and benefit, unlike MIDI, from infinite continuous parameter resolution.

MFB-KRAFTZWERG offers a complete set for powerful and versatile synthesis: three VCOs with hard-sync, 24-dB-lowpass-filter with resonance, noise generator, ring-modulator, two envelope-generators, two LFOs and VCA. Technically and soundwise KRAFTZWERG is identical to MFB’s euro-rack-modules. However, the MFB-KRAFTZWERG comes in a compact format that is easy to take with you and faster in use. Your ideal analog partner on stage!."

Siel PX electronic piano/synth

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"This keyboard is a very high quality constructed stage piano/synth. It has 72 keys in roughly the same footprint as your typical 61 key synth.

The front panel is very basic and has controls for: Chorus, Bass, Tremolo, and Master. There are 10 preset sound banks. The banks are labeled 1-10 instead of by instrument, which does suggest you could edit the sounds, but we don't know how. As it is the keyboard DOES NOT have MIDI or any other kind of computer connection...

The keys are of the more desired "waterfall" piano style keys. All the keys are in excellent condition showing no signs of mal-alignment. They have a great 'synth' feel to them and have a distinctive low 'click' sound. This indicates that the keybed probably doesn't use rubber contacts, but rather metal ones. The keys have yellowed in time, but the discoloring is even."

Sequential Circuits MAX keyboard controller / synth

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