Jon Johnson

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  1. The Keytek CTS 5000R sound module is 19 inch rack mountable version of the Keytek 5000 synthesizer keyboard. It features 8 bit compressed sound samples and the same wavetable synthesizer engine as it's sibling the CTS 5000. There are common on board keyboard sounds like piano, bass, rhodes, clavinet and more. The sounds are based on wave tables stored in 8 bit format. The sound is very similar to the Roland D-50 synthesizer of the same era however it is a wave table based synthesizer where you get one wave table per voice.The unit operates in stereo and also has velocity response. View full synthesizer
  2. Keytek CTS-5000R
  3. The Multivox MX-150 - Basky II is an organ-style bass pedal that offers a lot more and is similar to the Moog model bass pedals with synth featiures such as filter cutoff and resonance. the unit has 5 knobs and 7 switches for manipulating the sound. The button style switches let the player raise the octave up or down, hold the sound, change the attack, and mute or expand sound. Expand is Multivox's term for filter resonance. View full synthesizer
  4. Multivox MX-150 - Basky II
  5. The Multivox MX-65 Polyphonic synthesizer manufactured from 1977-1978. It has six voices. Piano, strings, clavichord, honky-tonk, piano and organ. The voices themselves are different combinations of the filter and envelope positions that you can switch between. The filter is controlled with an envelope with 3 modes. A fast attack/fast decay mode, an ‘expand’ mode with resonance emphasis, and a fast attack/slow decay mode. View full synthesizer
  6. Multivox MX-65
  7. Multivox MX-3000
  8. The Multivox MX-3000 is a combination of 3 synths in one. A monophonic Bass-synth. This synth is capable of 3 kinds of bass-sounds: soft, medium & sharp, and only playable on the lowest 2 octaves View full synthesizer
  9. Multivox Firstman SQ1-01
  10. The MULTIVOX SQ-Ol Mini Music Lab SEQUENCE SYNTHESiZER is a monophonic multi- sound producing source (a synthesizer) and a digital recording device (a computer memory storage sequencer) in one compact control box The 80-01 Mini Music Lab is to music what the calculator is to math. AC. or 12 Volt DC. power and memory storage backup help make the SQ1-Ol Mini Music Lab a complete self contained unit, allowing the composer/perforrner to create sounds and compositions anywhere and record them for immediate or future playback and editing. The ease of operation allows someone with no previous musical background to compose and playback compositions flawlessly. Performers are able to perform on a synthesizer and program their own accompanist! Composers are able to compose, edit and store melodies for playback and comparison! Students will have an electronic instructor for sight reading imitation, composition and theory! Teachers will have an aid in music theory instruction, composition and reading! Everyone will now be able to create music and enjoy the immediate reward of hearing flawless results! The 80-01 Mini Music Lab allows standard musical notation to be transferred to simple graphic notation that instructs the programmer/performer to enter a pitch and the length of time that pitch will be held The music is recorded and stored into any one or all of sixteen possible channels tor a possible 1024 note capacity. The seven octave range oscillator, pulse and sawtooth waveform generator, 24 dB low pass filter and envelope controls interact tor the infinite sound creation we have come to expect from the finest and most sophisticated synthesizers Optional BS-Ol Bass Pedal Controllers provide a unique automatic controllable bass pedal synthesizer that can transpose complete bass patterns of your creation. The SQ-Ol Mini Music Lab can be interlaced and synchronized with other labs and synthesizers for full Mini Lab ensembles and infinite creative potential. The 80-01 Mini Music Lab Sequencer’Synthesizer is the result of much thought, care, creativity and invention - Give the simple directions the attention they deserve. This and some creative exploration of your own will reveal the Mini Music Lab to be a musical tool of limitless potential View full synthesizer
  11. Keytek CTS 2000 View full synthesizer
  12. Keytek CTS 2000
  13. HyperSynth HyperSID HW
  14. HyperSid and HW Unit (Enhanced Series): Product Overview: HyperSID is a subtractive synthesizer with all the C64 SID chip hardware capabilities besides many new software based features So you can take advantage of various Controlling features of a VSTi and also real analog sound with SID character.Real time integration between software and hardware makes HyperSID act like the other VST instruments in your host application. (Version History) Note : HyperSID VSTi does not generate any sound itself without the HW Unit. HyperSID HW unit is a custom build synthesizer with internal processor and a real SID Chip! There is no emulation here, All the sounds are generated with a real SID chip. HyperSID VSTi functions as a software MIDI controller for this hardware sound engine. Available in Desktop and 19" rackmount versions. Features: -Support for all SID chip revisions (8580-6582-6581) -Balanced audio output -Front panel backlight brightness can be controlled by user-assignable MIDI events (MIDI-driven Visualization) -Half-rack or Full-rack form factor -OS upgradable -Compatible with discontinued series of HW unit Connectivity: Audio output : 1 Balanced 1/4” TRS jack MIDI Connection : 1 MIDI In Power : 12v DC (1A) OS upgrade : 1 RS-232 port Software plugin main features: - Advanced LFO (freq=0.01-30.00Hz with 0.01Hz resolution per step) - Filter envelope (range=0.001-4s with 0.001ms resolution per step) - Envelope2 (range=0.001-4s with 0.001ms resolution per step) which can modulate Pulse Width, Pitch and LFO rate. - Ultra fast arpeggiator which is capable to produce classic and SIDish arp up to 4000bpm tempo. - Key and velocity tracking for Cut off - OSC transpose range +36 to -36 Semitone - OSC cent range -50 to +50 Cent - Oscillator Phase Sync - Pitch-bend wheel with adjustable range - Clean sound without any Self oscillating in most of the Presets - Flexible preset manager with save and load function - Independent MIDI out path from host - Automatic real time synchronization between software and hardware - logarithmic and linear curve mode for filter Cut off - FPB control module SID based features: - 3 OSC per key (Monophonic) - 1 OSC per key (3 Voice polyphonic) - 4 Waveforms per OSC Tri , Saw ,Noise, Pulse (combinatorial) - OSC ring modulation - OSC synchronization - 3 Amp Envelope ADSR - Multimode analog filter 12dB/Octave HP , LP , BP and (combinatorial) View full synthesizer
  15. The Residents - The Ghost Of Hope
  16. Exorcising Ghosts is a compilation album by the British band Japan, released in October 1984 by record label Virgin. Exorcising Ghosts was compiled and produced in consultation with lead singer David Sylvian two years after Japan dissolved. It features three recordings from the band's early career on the Hansa Records label (such as 1979's Quiet Life) but mainly focuses on material from their two studio albums on Virgin Records; Gentlemen Take Polaroids (1980) and Tin Drum (1981). Besides top 40 hit singles like "Quiet Life", "Visions of China", "Ghosts", and "Nightporter", the double-album set includes album tracks like "Methods of Dance", "Talking Drum" and "Swing" alongside a selection of rarities such as the single B-sides "A Foreign Place" and "Life Without Buildings", the 1981 remix of "Taking Islands in Africa", the instrumental studio recording "Voices Raised in Welcome, Hands Held in Prayer" included on 1983's live album Oil on Canvas and the 12" mix of "The Art of Parties". Note: the abridged, single disc CD version of Exorcising Ghosts features the 7" single version of "The Art Of Parties" and omits five of the sixteen tracks: "Swing", "A Foreign Place", "Taking Islands in Africa", "Sons of Pioneers" and "Voices Raised in Welcome, Hands Held in Prayer". Exorcising Ghosts reached No. 45 in the UK Albums Chart and was certified Gold (100,000 copies) by the BPI in February 1997.[citation needed] Seven years after the release of Exorcising Ghosts Japan recorded a new studio album, but under the new moniker Rain Tree Crow. View full album
  17. Japan - Exorcising Ghosts
  18. The Korg VC-10 Vocoder is one of the most exciting additions to the outstanding Korg line of keyboard instruments and accessories, and opens creative possibilities heretofore available only to a handful of musicians in studio-type applications. Now, the Korg VC-10 makes possible for all musicians to make their music appear to "speak"! Although Vocoders have existed for many years, their application to music, particularly in "live performance" situations, has been severely limited, due to their prohibitively high cost and complex operation. In contrast, the new Korg VC-10 is greatly simplified in operation, is the first and only self-contained unit, with a built-in polyphonic keyboard sound source, and is priced at a level every musician can afford. View full synthesizer
  19. Korg VC-10
  20. The Korg DVP-1 was originally released in 1986 and offers a full range of effects processing algorithms. It includes a vocoder, 5 voice harmonizer, chorus, pitch shifter, and can even function as a polysynth with the internal waveforms used in the harmonizer. MIDI in/out/thru on the back makes it extremely easy to start up your own robot choir straight from your keyboard. View full synthesizer
  21. KORG DVP-1 Digital Voice Processor
  22. One of the development themes for the PS-3100 that went on sale the preceding year was how to pack “big synth” circuitry into a limited space. It had been a struggle to make the circuitry as compact as possible in order to avoid lowering the specs. The circuitry developed for the comparably behemoth PS-3100 was utilized in the MS-20 to create a monophonic synthesizer which had two sets of VCO, VCF, VCA, and EG, as well as a patch panel and a module for external audio input and CV conversion. In keeping with its philosophy of being a synthesizer with as broad an appeal as possible, it was designed under rigorous cost management, and the dimensions of its sheet metal body were also chosen for reasons of economy. In particular, the powerful sound of its filter became a distinctive characteristic of the MS-20, making it representative of "the Korg sound." View full synthesizer
  23. Korg MS-20
  24. Korg MS-50
  25. The Korg MS-50 is the fully patchable top model of the MS series Introduced as an expansion module for the MS-10/20, the MS-50 is a rare model within the MS series. Based on MS-20, it had no keyboard, but added internal circuits such as a divider and integrator not found on the MS-10/20, which supported even more complex ways of creating sound. The voltmeter on the upper right-hand side of the panel captured the hearts of many synth players. Of course, it could also be played on its own by using CV/Gate signals. While the MS-10/20 provided a basic signal route that was internally connected, and therefore could be played without any patching, the MS-50 used a fully patch-reliant design. By using the MS-50 in conjunction with an MS-10/20 or the SQ-10 described below, it was possible to construct a larger-scale modular system. View full synthesizer