Saturday, September 04, 2010

KORG ELECTRIBE EA-1 Analog Modeling Synth

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E-MU E5000 Ultra Sampler with Library

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Roland Juno 60 Vintage Analog Synthesizer

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Yamaha EX5 Workstation

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Moog Rogue Analog Synthesizer

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Doepfer Midi Pocket Fader

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Clavia Nord G2 Modular

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"# Description: Hardware synthesizer and PC/Mac editing software working seamlessly together.
# Sound Generation: Modular synthesis – freely configurable sound architecture. Combine Modules into a Patch (sound) in any desired structure, virtually without limitations.
# Sound Hierarchy: A patch is divided into two sections:
The Voice area (VA) holds the polyphonic part of the sound.
The Effect area (FX) holds the monophonic part of the sound.
# 8 Variations per patch for fast recall of favorite settings.
# Sound Modules: Over 160 Modules organized in 16 categories.
# Audio Quality: True 24 bit processing system with 96 kHz sampling rate.
# Audio Effects: Totally free configuration of effects via the dedicated Effect Area.
# Performances: A Performance consists of up to 4 Patches together with information about MIDI settings, layers, splits, etc.
# Multitimbrality: Features Clavia’s classical Slot concept. 4 slots (edit buffers A to D), each one holding one Patch independently.
# Splitting: With the Split Point button you can create up to 4 split points either freely assigned or set to the 4 predefined ones indicated by LEDs along the keyboard.
# Polyphony: Maximum of 32 voices (depending on Patch complexity).
# External: - 16 MIDI channels via MIDI In, Out and Thru.
- Note On/Off, Aftertouch, Pitch Bend, Program Change, MIDI CC# (freely assignable to any parameter), SysEx dump and Bank Select.
# MIDI Sync: - G2 locks to any external MIDI clock and song position pointer.
- G2 can function as a master clock for external gear.
# Extras: Can produce and process MIDI information on any channel (regardless of the Slot’s main channel) through a set of specially designed MIDI processing Modules.
# Modulation Wheels: - G2: 1 modulation wheel.
# Pitch Stick: Clavia’s famous, patented high-resolution Pitch Stick.
# Keyboard: - G2: 3 octave synth keyboard with aftertouch.
# Octave Shift: 2 buttons extend the range of the built in keyboard.
# Keyboard Hold: Makes every note you play sustain until you press a new key.
# ParameterPages: 5 page buttons and 3 column buttons provide real-time tweaking of up to 120 parameters with 8 rotary encoders visualized by 4 LCDs.
# Patch/Menu: Rotary Dial and 4 Navigation buttons for rapid access to Navigation, Patches and Performances.
# Slot Control: 4 Slot buttons facilitate working with 4 Patches simultaneously.
# Morphing: 8 buttons support fast programming of Morph Groups.
# Variations: Instant recall of 8 Variations per Patch via 8 dedicated buttons.
# Microphone Level: Mic Level trim and meter for adjusting the microphone signal.
# MIDI: In, Out and Thru.
# Audio Inputs: - 4 analog audio inputs, line-level, 24-bit ADCs, 96 kHz sampling rate
- 1 XLR mic.input with built in preamp.
# Audio Outputs: - 4 configurable outputs, line-level, 24-bit DACs, 96 kHz sampling rate.
- 1 Headphones output.
# Editor Communication: USB 1.1 port.
# External Controllers : - 1 Control Pedal jack.
- 1 Sustain Pedal jack.
# Power Supply: Built in power supply. Connect with enclosed standard AC-cord.

The G2 concept is based on a stand alone hardware keyboard with a freely configurable sound synthesis architecture and a software user interface (Editor) made for Mac OSX and PC. The sound engine in the G2 synthesizer runs on a group of digital signal processors (DSP’s), together with high resolution AD and DA converters. A G2 sound is named a Patch and is made with virtual modules and cables. Simply ‘drag & drop’ modules and cables directly on the computer screen to create your own G2 sounds. A Patch can be modeled after an existing synth or it can be the synthesizer of your dreams. THE MODULAR CONCEPT It doesn’t matter whether you’re an 80’s retro fanatic or a producer of the most recent club music. With the G2 you can develop sounds similar to those created by old analog patch synthesizers or simulate acoustic instruments. You can also push yourself into a world of sounds that no single instrument has ever delivered before. While sample players remain cold as ice, the G2 modular architecture offers warmth and presence to your sound. Moreover, the average G2 patch uses about 3(!) kilobytes of memory, which makes sharing over the Internet a piece of cake. To get the feel of how it works, consider the way a guitarist connects his boxes and pedals. You build the sound piece by piece on the computer screen in a simple and intuitive way following your desired signal flow. Many of the G2 modules were also found in traditional analog synthesizers. Among the selection are well-known building blocks such as oscillators, filters, sequencers and envelope generators as well as more complex modules like vocoders, pitch tracker and the mystic Bode shifter. You can also build your own unique FX processors and run both internal and external signals through them. Future upgrades will be available for free from Combine all this editing power with a logical, user-friendly knob panel and you have the most flexible synthesizer ever seen – the Nord Modular G2!
The ultimate soft synth in a beautiful red case

No doubt, computers have become a natural part of today’s music production. The process of editing sounds and sequences is so much easier from a computer screen. Still keyboard players have the need for portable instruments. Nord Modular G2 offers you the best of both worlds and provides an effective solution for the working musician. While remaining true to the traditional modular synthesis concept it manages to go where no modular synthesizer has ever gone before.

When you start building a new patch in the G2 computer editor you will see an empty desktop area divided into three major sections; the toolbar, the voice area, and the FX area. The voice area is the polyphonic part of the system and it is here you drag & drop your basic synthesizer building blocks, which we call modules. There are more than 160 modules to choose from and they are categorized under different tabs in the toolbar. Connect the modules you have placed on the desktop with virtual cables. In the lower section, the monophonic FX area, you drag modules mainly used for the effect part of your patch such as delay, reverb and so on. Tweak the knobs and buttons to refine the sound you have created. The G2 editor offers user-defined coloring of modules and color-coded module groups to make it easy to patch and layout your sounds.

Producers, DJ’s, musicians! – When you get into the G2 world, you’ll find that this is the ultimate tool for creating your own unique sounds and for reproducing any of the original classic analog synths as well. Furthermore, the G2 offers a number of previously unavailable opportunities particularly suitable for those of you performing live on stage. Just disconnect your synth from the PC/Mac and use it as a freestanding instrument. The G2 conforms exactly to your needs, allowing you to assign all controllers, inputs and outputs the way you want them, plus letting you control your external equipment through MIDI automation. Say goodbye to your effect rack. Design the setup from your computer and run it via the G2. – Let the G2 become the brain of your studio or live keyboard rig.

The G2 has a three-octave keyboard with aftertouch, one modulation wheel, one Pitch Stick and eight rotary encoders, all easily assignable. Five separate LCD’s give instant overview and control of your patches. Four high quality analog inputs, one with a built in microphone amplifier, provide the connections for external sources. Four LED’s above the keys indicate the split-point configuration.

This G2 includes the voice expansion board."

Dr. Rythym DR-55 Classic Analog Drum Machine

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"Dr. Rythym DR-55 classic analogue drum machine with 16 step sequencer, no manual or box. Realease late 80's great for percussive loop and electro. no midi."

Moog Rogue

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Ludwig Phase II guitar synthesizer

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"The Phase II, made in limited numbers during 1970-71, is a vintage FX guitar unit. It includes a fuzz, a tremolo (Animation), and a voltage-controlled filtering section (Formant Trajectories-Parallel, Counter, and Vowel switches). The circuit uses only discreet components. A control panel contains seven switches (light/change color) and four sliders which alter several effects, including fuzz, voltage-controlled filters and gating, combined in a box that unfolds to reveal a rocker pedal and four footswitches. There is nothing out there in today's market that duplicates the animation and filtering possibilities.

- Fuzz (includes voice fuzz)
- Animation - FFM, Fuzz RPT or both and Fast/slow start (switches),
Alter Intensity and Rate with three sliders.
- Voltage-Controlled Filtering - "Format Trajectories": Parallel, Counter, Vowel .
- Foot Pedal with Primary and Stereo outputs (Bypass Balance control), Lo/Hi Z inputs
(Lo Z Balance control) plus four foot switches: Stereo, Bypass, Animation, Fuzz f

Product Information:
- Ludwig Phase II Synthesizer
- Model #9000 -- Serial # 1529
- Supply Voltage: 120/240 VAC, 50/60 cycles, 15 watts"