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Saturday, July 24, 2010

Future Retro Revolution

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Red Sound Dark Star XP2

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"The Red Sound Darkstar XP2 is an 8-voice polyphonic synthesiser with all the highlights of the analogue tradition, Pulse Width Modulation, Ring Mod, Resonant Filtering and ADSR Enveloping, combined with all the advantages of modern MIDI instruments like rock-solid tuning, perfect program recall, velocity response and 5 different timbres simultaneously available.

The DarkStar has a simple yet powerful upgrade system as well. By simply plugging-in an EPROM chip into a compartment on its underside you can get an entirely new synth such as a vocoder or mega-mono synth.

This is a very versatile little unit. KNOBS control everything, so it's a breeze to edit; LFOs can sync to MIDI clock; Stereo AUDIO INPUT can be routed through the Ring Mod; Up to FIVE parts can be easily copied/layered/modified and triggered on 1 MIDI channel. (If my math is correct, that's 10 syncable LFOs all running at different values on ONE patch) LFO can be assigned to panning/filter/pitch etc. for crazy layered sounds."





Korg Prophecy virtual analog mono synth

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Roland JV-1080

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Emu E-MU E6400

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Korg MS-2000

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Yamaha DX-7 II

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Update via Charles in the comments: "This is not an FD -- there is no floppy drive. It does look like it is in great shape and the power cable has been replaced with an IEC socket, which I really need to do with my DX7II. $550 however, seems a bit steep."












Yamaha DX7 with Grey Matter

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