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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Dave Smith Instruments Mopho Analog Synth

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YAMAHA MIDI RACK TX216

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"Yamaha TX216 - The Yamaha TX216 consists of an expandable MRF8 MIDI main frame rack with 2 x TF1 FM tone modules. The TF1 tone module is very much like the DX7, without the keyboard. The TF1 panel is equipped with the MIDI IN and Thru ports and a balanced XLR output connector. The MRF8 MIDI main frame is equipped with a power supply unit, MIDI In, Out and Thru ports. and MIDI out selector.

Features:
* 2 TF1 digital FM tone generator modules in an expandable rack-mountable system
* Each TF1 contains a 6-operator FM tone generator with 32 RAM voice memories
* Each module contains 32 function memories corresponding to the 32 voice memories
* Independent MIDI IN and THRU terminals for each module
* Common MIDI IN/OUT/THRU terminals
* Independent balanced XLR audio outputs from each module
* All voice and performance
* memories can be programmed via an external 6-operator DX synthesizer

Specifications:
* Sound Source: FM Tone Generator
* Connections TFI: MIDI In/Thru, XLR Out
* Connections Rack Main Frame: MIDI In/Out/Thru,
* Configuration: Midi Rack Frame TFI Tone Generator x 2
* Dimensions: 480mm x 176mm x 346mm
* Weight: 10Kg


ARTURIA ORIGIN

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SEQUENTIAL MAX

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"The MAX is a 6 voice multitimbral analogue synth with a 4 octave 49 note keyboard."





Rare 1980 Ensoniq Mirage Digital Keyboard Synth Info Ad

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Roland RS-09 Analog Strings/Organ

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ROLAND SH-101 SYNTHESIZER

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Roland PG-800

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"Programmer for the Roland JX-8p, JX-10 and the MKS-70"


QUASIMIDI RAVE-O-LUTION 309

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"If you're reading this, you probably know what this is. But if not, here's my opinion on this amazing machine. Its a groovebox-type drum machine, but Quasimdi describe it as an Analog Emulation Synthesizer. It uses both synthesized and sampled sounds. It's a virtual analog synth, ie. you control most of the parameters of the 5 synths using real knobs, rather than navigate layers of menus via the small screen. As you twiddle knobs, the values are also displayed on the screen. You can of course access everything using a menu system, or load/save patches using MIDI dumps. Its like a cross between a Roland drum machine, a Korg groovebox and a VA synth. I've had a couple of Korgs and this is much easier to use and has a much better range of sounds (IMHO). As soon as you turn it on you will be hooked! The sequencer can be programmed in Roland-style 'drumgrid' mode or by real time recording. Its great for studio production, but it's also a great live machine as you can chop and change between sequencer patterns and twiddle the knobs in real time..."




KORG ELECTRIBE EA-1 MKII

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