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Sunday, February 05, 2012

Roland JX3P Synthesizer with PG 200 programmer

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ELEKTRONIKA EG-10 * RARE VINTAGE USSR SOVIET ANALOG GRAPHICAL EQUALIZER

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"Front panel: 31; 63; 125; 250; 500 (Hz); 1, 2, 4, 8 , 16 (kHz), SUMM, Effect button
Back panel: In, Out, Effect, Power On/Off switch"




Circuit Bent YAMAHA SHS10 KEYBOARD SYNTH

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"6 random bends that throw the sound into continuous glitching. some work better than others and all are different. one switch is wired to a pot with an on/off switch. after some glitching, the key voice will sometimes be changed in random ways, sometimes not..."




Roland D50 Synthesizer SN 813921

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MOOG PRODIGY 336Bx

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Roland MC 202

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Roland TR-606

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Yamaha Dx5 synthesizer

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ROLAND JX-3P SYNTH

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Grendel Drone Commander

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"With a total of 9 knobs, the Drone Commander offers two manually-tuned oscillators and two LFOs, plus an unusually colorful and nasty filter. LFO1 is an analog variable-shape oscillator, and LFO2 is a pulse waveform that auto-synchronizes to LFO1 at a ratio of 2x, 4x, 8x, or 16x. Both LFOs can be routed to the filter for rhythmic patterns. A line-level output jack is provided for connection to amplifiers or effects.

The sound samples on this page are recorded with one Drone Commander plugged straight into a Fender Princeton Chorus.

Six of the Drone Commander’s nine knobs double as push-pull switches to control signal routing and waveform selection.

The Drone Commander is housed in a dark green military ammunition case with engraved aluminum control panel. The case is welded steel with an easily removable, rubber gasketed lid. There is almost no plastic in the drone commander! It measures 10″(w) x 7″(h) x 3.5″(d), and weighs about 6 lbs.The unit is powered by a 9V battery accessible through a slide-out drawer in the side, as well as a 9VDC adapter.

Filter CV input (0-10V) and clock pulse output (+8V) are now standard features."



Classic 80's Simmons SDS9 Electronic Drum Brain Unit

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"It has individual outputs for each sound and trigger inputs with knobs for adjusting sensitivity. It has mono/stereo outputs. There is midi in/out and a separate input for a sequencer, likely a dedicated Simmons one. The Simmons sound is well known from the 80's. The SDS9 has 6 instruments, with Snare / rim which can be mixed together.

The cool thing about this unit is the filters for the snare. It can be tweaked so they sound like strange analogue-sounding squeals and wooshes, the filters are all analogue as far as I can tell, the knobs are fully adjustable, in other words tweaking is infinite. A tiny tweak makes a huge difference to the sound. The user kits can be saved away in the memory. Not sure if the memory battery needs changing or not though after all this time... The unit features a door that covers the Simmons Sound eProm chips. I have seen other proms on Ebay and not sure but I think that you can swap them out for other eProm based sound sounds (Linn Drum etc?)..."







ARP Axxe Synthesizer 2323 SN 23230742 with MIDI

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"Has had a Synhouse MIDIJACK installed."




ARP Axxe Synthesizer 2310 SN 2310-470

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ROLAND JX3P ANALOG SYNTHESIZER

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Teenage Engineering OP 1

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Access Virus TI Desktop Synthesizer

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