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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Roland JX-3P Vintage Analogue Synthesizer

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Ensoniq MR 61 Workstation Synthesizer


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Roland GAIA SH-01 Synthesizer

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KORG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SOUND MODULE

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"The 03 SYMPHONY is part of Korg's Popular Studio-Series of *** AWESOME *** MIDI Studio Synths, Keyboards, Arrangers, Modules, Workstations and Drum Machines!!!

PCM Playback

Symphony is a 16-polyphonic PCM play-backer without a filter.
It's 8-part multi-timbral.
There is one PCM card slot to expand the samples.
It responds to Modulation and Channel After-touch for vibrato.
Supports MIDI System Exclusive.

Instruments
Strings 1
Strings 2 (brighter)
Chorus
Brass
Bass/Guitar/Drums
Organ 1
Organ 2 (pipe organ)
P3 PIano Card : POC-03 Card"


Vintage Korg X-911 guitar synthesizer

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"Korg X-911 guitar synthesizer. These are getting hard to find and are very unique synthesizer effects boxes. It is all analog and sounds like it! Features include Trigger in/out, CV in/out, VCF in, and even FM in! There is a direct output as well as an effect out, and variable footswitch options for portamento, and interval! There's even an effect on/off quarter inch in, and a hold function."






Roland Juno-106 Synthesizer

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SN 407335





Access Virus TI2 Desktop Virtual Analog Synth

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Moogerfooger CP-251

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SN 960

"The CP-251 Control Processor can be used in connection with one or more Moogerfooger analog effects modules, the Minimoog Voyager, or other voltage-controlled gear. The CP-251 adds the same kind of power and versatility of the classic MOOG modular synthesizers.

There are two kinds of signals in a modular analog synthesizer: audio and control. As audio signals go through a system of synthesizer modules, they get shaped into the sounds that you hear. Control signals, on the other hand, correspond to the variations in the sound that are imparted by the synthesizer modules, like invisible hands that turn the knobs of the modules.

The CP-251 provides a dual waveform LFO, Noise Generator, Sample-and-Hold circuit, as well as two attenuators, a lag processor, a CV mixer and a 4-way mult. This gives you ways to modify, mix, and distribute control voltages to produce the incredible variety of sounds and effects that analog synthesizers are famous for."


KORG EMX-1SD

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LinnDrum LM-2 Midified

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"JLCooper midi-modifications done in 1991."



Monome GS 64


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Waldorf Microwave XT Desktop Wavetable Synthesizer

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ROLAND MC-09 PHRASE LAB SYNTHESIZER

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"Product Information:
Roland MC-09 - The MC-09 PhraseLab is an all-in-one production tool combining a DSP synth, step sequencer, four-part audio looper and effects processor. With this single instrument, musicians can create fat analog synth and rhythm sounds which can be sequenced and then sampled (along with phrases taken from external sources) using the four-part audio looper. An onboard effects processor and cool functions like Chop make the PhraseLab a killer remix machine

It's a Synth!
First and foremost, the MC-09 is a powerful modeling synthesizer designed in the tradition of Roland's analog synths of the past. Using six control knobs, users can create a wide variety of monophonic synth and rhythm sounds which can be played via the MC-09's pads and 32-step sequencer or MIDI. Even drum patterns can be programmed with Roland's popular TR-REC method, first introduced on TR-Series Rhythm Composers. With the PhraseLab, there's no need to hunt down vintage synths and drum machines—it's all here!

It's an Audio Looper!
But the PhraseLab is more than just a synth. It's also an audio looper capable of playing back four monophonic phrases up to six seconds each (phrases can be taken from the internal synth or external sources). Best of all, looping is simple since the PhraseLab uses BPM and measures to automatically stop recording at the perfect point. Loops can be triggered with the step sequencer anywhere desired-even at different pitches. And with the Chop function, the MC-09 can automatically divide a loop into 16 “slices” for constructing new phrases.

It's an Effects Processor!
Once the DSP synth has been freed up using the audio looper it's time to add effects. Simply choose from one of the PhraseLab's four high-quality algorithms: Filter, Isolator, Phaser and Slicer. Effects can be applied to any of the four audio loops or to live inputs, and can be controlled in real time via the knobs for more intuitive tweaking.

The PhraseLab in Action
Start by creating a synth or drum pattern using the step sequencer and record it as an audio loop. Repeat the process until you have drums, bass or any other sound recorded from the Line input. Then arrange up to four phrases with the sequencer and add effects. Once finished, you can save your work-including synth/effect patches, sequences and audio loops-using an optional SmartMedia card. Creating phrase-based music has never been this easy!

Features:
Tabletop synth/audio looper with onboard sequencing and effects
DSP monosynth creates fat synth lead, bass and rhythm sounds
Audio looper plays back 4 monaural phrases up to 6 sec. each
Onboard step sequencer with easy programming including TR-REC method
Easy automatic looping using BPM and measures
Loop Control function for controlling loop playback via step sequencer
4 built-in effects: Filter, Isolator, Phaser and Slicer
SmartMedia slot for pattern/audio storage; MIDI In/Out"