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Monday, July 19, 2010

Vintage Casio VL-TONE VL-1

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Roland SH1000

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"This model was Roland’s first analog mono synth, and was used by the like’s of Blondie, Human League and more latterly Pulp."





Moog Realistic MG-1

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Roland PG-800 Synthesizer Programmer

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Roland SH-3A

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SPECTRALIS - HYBRID-SYNTHESIZER, BEATMATRIX and SAMPLER

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Casio SK-1

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"The Casio SK-1 looks like a toy keyboard, but it's a real synthesizer complete with the ability to record and process a short 1-1/2 second sample of any voice, instrument or sound and play it back, once or "looped," from the keyboard. Furthermore, it does this in relative pitch depending on which key you press! You can either sing or play the sound directly into the condenser mic in the upper right corner, or plug a microphone or instrument into the back and record the note or sound that way."



Roland G-707 Synth/midi Guitar Controller

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Moog Prodigy analogue synth

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"- 32 keys
- analogue sound via 2 x VCOs: Oscillator 1 (32′, 16′ or 8’,) & Oscillator 2 (16’, 8’ or 4’)
- Waveforms: Saw, Triangle and Square.
- Pitch and Mod wheels
- Glide
- Modulation: Rate & Shape
- Filter: Contour Amount, Cut-off Frequency and Emphasis
- Filter and Loudness Contours: Usual Attack, Decay/Release and Sustain"




YAMAHA RS7000 Sequencer Synth Drum Loop Sampler

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Waldorf Blofeld Synth with License SL

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Roland SH-101 Monophonic Analogue Synthesizer

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Elektron Monomachine SFX-6

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"The SFX-6 is a limited edition of the original SFX-60, with an integrated 3-octave LED-action keyboard, MULTI-TRIG key and specialized sound manipulating super-smooth dj-style joystick.

While the Monomachine's 6-part beat-box-style sequencer can be used to create your own synth grooves, it offers six additional MIDI tracks that can be used for controlling external MIDI gear.

MIDI control data can be generated realtime, with parameter locks and with LFOs. Each MIDI track offers a full implementation of the Monomachine arpeggiator."