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  1. With everyone wanting a Synclavier for $200,000. Yamaha created an affordable music system that retailed for only $500. Introduced in 1984, the Yamaha CX5M Music Computer was an actual home computer combined with a built-in 4-OP FM synthesizer module, sound editors and sequencer. As Yamaha's own promotion put it: "The CX5M is a computer. But certainly not an ordinary computer. It has been designed specifically to be used by musicians, composers and arrangers. both amateur and professional, to produce music in ways that were never before possible." Unfortunately, a QWERTY keyboard and TV monitor had no place in the studios in 1984, but it got my attention with all it had to offer for how little I had to spend. This album is a document of my first works with the Yamaha CX5M Music Computer. The unreleased tracks were composed exclusively on the CX5M between 1984 and 1985. Originally recorded on 4-track cassettes, these primitive recordings reflect the sound of an exciting time in music history when people began to compose with computers at home.
  2. Jack Hertz

    Behringer 2600

    There is new Part 3 video out with SOUND demos.
  3. The Elektriktus album "Electronic Mind Waves" was, and may still is a bit of an enigma when it comes to 1970s electronic music albums. What may be seen as a ripple in time, was really just a single thread in the long and dynamic career of the artist, Andr View full article
  4. History & Mystery of Elektriktus Interview with Andrea Centazzo
  5. A new collection of works examining how modulation interacts with composition, arrangement, and presentation in a closed system.
  6. In 1969 Alan Robert Pearlman founded Tonus Inc with goal of building a synthesizer. From a small building Kenneth Street, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts a handful of engineers designed the ARP Electronic Music Synthesizer and unveiled it the world in 1970. Over the next decade their synthesizers were immortalised in the music of many of the greatest artists, film composers and sound designers of the 1970s and played a significant part in defining the sound of the era. Whilst the company closed its doors in 1981, their mark was permanent and the story was far from over. Featuring never-before-seen interviews with the pioneers who did it, along with demonstrations of all of their iconic creations; this is Electromotive: The Story of ARP Instruments. Coming 2020.
  7. The EssenceFM is a modern FM synthesizer representing our new vision of FM synthesis. By using a large touch screen and dedicated knobs/keys for common operations, creating complex FM sounds is easier than on any other synth. The 1000-step undo/redo history encourages you to experiment with sound without having to worry about making mistakes! Features Hybrid FM and subtractive synthesis with resonant filter. 300 voice polyphony (6-op FM) with layering ability to create sounds made of 12, 18, 24 or more FM operators Free algorithm & envelope design: use the touch screen to link the operators together and shape your envelopes 24 fully customizable waveforms, built-in effects, multitimbral, microtuning support and much more... Choose between linear and exponential envelopes Link the operators together by drag'n'drop Design complex envelopes easily The EssenceFM is organized into 4 modes accessible with the buttons. Performance is ideal for orchestrations, polyphonic expression controllers (MPE) or very fat sounds. Patch is where you layer Voices, split them across the keyboard, detune them and setup other behaviors like the arpeggiator Voice is a 6-op FM sound with its envelopes, frequency parameters, filter settings and more. Global provides everything else: display and MIDI settings, waveform editing, scales. Design your own algorithms by creating links between operators. Draw waveforms with the touch screen or import them from wave files. The EssenceFM has 24 fully customizeable waveforms. Make complex envelopes easily by moving the points and defining their attributes (sustain, loop start, loop end...) Create layers and splits with advanced options like round robin, exclusion groups and arpeggiator. Design exotic scales, early temperaments and microtunings. Use the modulation matrix to shape the sound in every possible way. Assign parts to different audio outputs and configure each effect DSP.
  8. Advanced synthesis has never been so fun! Announcing Blipblox After Dark, the newest addition to the Blipblox toy synthesizer product line. Featuring a mature look with completely re-engineered electronics and software, it's the synth you'll play when the lights go out and the little ones go to sleep. Key Features The Blipblox After Dark has the same signal flow as the original Blipbox, including selectable oscillators, two LFOs, two envelope generators and a 3-by-3 modulation matrix. All new software and electronics gives the After Dark these additional features: + Advanced multimode resonant filter gives every sound a rich, analog-like quality. + Multi-tap stereo delay adds a full, lush effect to the output. + New oscillator modulation schemes include enhanced Blipblox classics, plus all new schemes that utilize 256 custom wavetables that can be morphed and scanned. + The After Dark’s drums are generated by over a hundred new kick and snare samples that can be individually pitched for unique, professional beats.
  9. Since the release of the JUPITER-4 in 1978, the name JUPITER has marked the pinnacle of Roland sound and playability. Roland synthesizers with the JUPITER name carry our most advanced sound technologies, are supremely playable, and are built from premium materials. JUPITER-X combines classic Roland design and premium build quality with a powerful new synth engine. It faithfully recreates sought-after instruments from our long history of genre-defining sounds. And with multiple layers, loads of polyphony, and deep hands-on control, you can craft huge, spacious sounds that have as much sparkle as they have warmth and punch. Iconic synthesizer with legendary sound and design. The 61-key JUPITER-X is the peak of Roland sound quality and design. Its all-metal build uses premium materials throughout, and the all-new aftertouch-enabled keyboard is the best we’ve ever made. A familiar layout and large array of controls let you dig in and easily shape your sounds, whether you’re composing in the studio or performing on stage. Classic analog to vintage digital. And beyond. JUPITER-X is equipped with our latest sound engine, capable of morphing into legendary synths from our long history of genre-defining sounds. It’s so flexible that it can reproduce our highly sought-after analog classics like the JUPITER-8, JUNO-106, and SH-101, as well as digital machines like the vintage XV-5080 and modern RD pianos. You also get the many Roland drum machines that are the foundation of electronic and dance music like the TR-808, TR-909, CR-78, and more. It’s like a studio full of vintage gear, with modern capabilities and a deep synth engine so you can explore unmapped sonic territory. Intelligent. Inspiring. Need something wonderful, fast? JUPITER-X’s I-Arpeggio is a next generation arpeggiator that uses artificial intelligence to not just accompany you, but to inspire you. I-Arpeggio takes your input—notes, rhythms, phrases—and creates complementary drum parts, basslines, chords, and arpeggiated lines. It works on each of JUPITER-X’s five parts simultaneously, and generated patterns can be customized and even exported to your DAW. These aren’t canned backing tracks—they’re intelligently generated beats and phrases that energize live performance and pulverize writer’s block. Find the sweet spots. In addition to its informative display, JUPITER-X has a huge array of large, comfortable knobs, sliders, and buttons. They feel sturdy and precise for incredibly smooth sweeps and subtle changes. And with the dedicated effects section and quick switching between synth layers, you can immediately take control of any aspect of a sound. This kind of natural, hands-on control gives you the feeling of reaching in and touching the sound, shaping it to find just the right settings for the moment. The power of polyphony. JUPITER-X can layer up to five parts, four for synths and one for drums. Its engine can power multiple authentic Roland classics like the JX-8P or JUPITER-8 with enough polyphony to create thick layers and complex backing parts. Create the perfect bass and lead split with an SH-101 and JUNO-106, layer a rich RD piano with lush JX-8P strings, or make a monster stack of JUPITER-8s. Built to last. Made to play. Whether it’s a personal studio, professional studio, or a touring rig, JUPITER-X is right at home. The tough metal and premium components mean it stands up to the rigors of live performance and always feels solid and precise. The high-quality balanced connections, numerous performance controllers, and multiple pedal inputs make JUPITER-X ready for any situation. Ever-expanding. JUPITER-X is part of an expandable platform, so it can be updated with fresh new content as it becomes available. It can also directly share sounds and other contents with the highly-mobile JUPITER-Xm.
  10. The KORG Nu:Tekt NTS-1 Digital Programmable Synthesizer Kit is an easy-to-build DIY instrument that packs a powerful punch in the palm of your hand. The kit includes a screwdriver and requires no soldering for assembly. There is a 3-character display, three knobs (Type, A, and B), and dedicated buttons for each section of the synth engine (OSC, Filter, EG, Mod, Delay, Reverb). A built-in ribbon controller and USB bus power allows you to play the NTS-1 almost anywhere. The rear panel features a 3.5mm MIDI input, allowing the unit to be played and MIDI synchronized with other sequencers and MIDI controllers. The rear panel also offers 3.5mm sync I/O, a 3.5mm audio input, and the USB port for power and data transfer. The front of the NTS-1 includes a dedicated 3.5mm headphone output, which disables the onboard speaker. The NTS-1 features a digital oscillator inspired by the MULTI engine found on KORG's acclaimed prologue and minilogue xd synthesizers. The main oscillator produces sawtooth, triangle, square, and VMP waveforms. Additionally, the engine can load custom oscillators created from KORG's logue-SDK, allowing for a near infinite amount of sonic possibilities. The multimode filter features a variety of selections including low-pass 2/4 pole, hi-pass 2/4 pole, bandpass 2/4 pole, and open, all with resonance. Further shape your sound with the envelope generator (EG) and three LFOs. Three onboard effects units are also inspired by minilogue xd, which feature numerous reverbs, modulation effects, and delays that are available to blend and edit at will. A well-spec'd arpeggiator offers scales and numerous note orders for creating new and original ideas on the fly. The pattern length can be adjusted (from 1 to 24 steps), and when synced externally, the step duration can also be adjusted (16th to 64th notes). The NTS-1 is USB bus powered and can also use a standard 5V USB power pack for portable applications. The NTS-1 includes a KORG software bundle, which features a variety of music software apps including Izotope's Ozone Elements, Skoove, an app to help you improve your keyboard playing skills, and Propellerhead's Reason Lite DAW software, as well as software synths from KORG and other brands. A USB cable is included along with everything you need to build the kit.
  11. Jack Hertz

    Behringer 2600

    Hopefully it will be Eurorack scale. IMO, this is a preferable design in this day and age. The size and format of the original is not easy to ingrate or travel with.
  12. Introducing eleven new Eurorack compatible modules – all of them authentic reproductions of original “System 100M” circuitry from 1975. With ultra-fat oscillators and creamy filters the sound became famous in the early 80s used by artists like Depeche Mode, Human League, Tears For Fears but also Vangelis, Tangerine Dream and even Aphex Twin. If you’re into super-fat bass sounds, in-your-face leads or flowing soundscapes, definitely check them out! All modules are incredibly feature rich, have tremendous patching capabilities and a lot of them come with dual function, like: - 112 dual oscillator with 3 waveforms, PWM and two sync modes - 121 dual filter with 3-channel mixer per filter - 130 dual VCA, again with dual 3-channel mixers - 140 dual envelope has 3 outputs per ADSR plus a built in LFO that can be triggered and phase synced - 173 gates module comes even with four gates that can switch audio and 6 quad buffered multiples - 297 has a dual portamento controller plus two independent CV mixers - 150 brings a ring modulator, 2 noise generators, syncable LFO and a sample and hold generator - 172 module delivers a 6-step phase-shifter, an analog delay, an LFO and a gate delay - 305 is an output module a four-band parametric EQ, a 4-channel mixer, line and separate headphone output and even a tuning oscillator - 182 there is a powerful analog sequencer with either dual 8 steps or 1-16 steps and tempo, portamento and gate time controls - 110 is a complete synth voice with VCO, VCA and filter in a single module
  13. Let’s switch on the time machine and go back to the sound of the 1970s. Introducing: Our Modular 55, 35 & 15 Series! We’ve got more than 20 modules for you – all authentic reproductions of the circuitry from the “Modular 55, 35 & 15" Series. And all brought to the Eurorack standard but still staying true to the era with some specific features. That warm sound was loved by Artists from Tangerine Dream to Depeche Mode. And an earlier version used by Wendy Carlos on the famous album “Switched on Bach”. That brought the sound of synthesisers into mainstream music and became basically the founding father of all synths in pop music.
  14. Jack Hertz

    Behringer 2600

    The Behringer 2600 has been official announced and presented in the typically reformulated format including both faithful reproductions and enhancements. So far we know this all-analog transistors and JFET signal path will be based on a SMD circuit boards and include numerous improvements for stability and accuracy. New features include the addition of a switchable filters between the Odyssey (4072) and 2600 (4012) circuits, digital spring reverb, two LFOs, and added mixing and routing functions that are TBA.
  15. Documentary directed by French photographer Elizabeth Lennard featuring the eclectic Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto during the recording sessions of his 1984 album "Illustrated Musical Encyclopedia".
  16. Concept is an intuitive and creative soft-synth, that makes the process of creating your own patches fast and inspiring. Concept’s flexible synth engine will enable you to create everything from traditional synth sounds to more complex evolving textures and custom sound design elements. A fresh approach to modulation allows any parameter to be mapped to one of four highly editable multi-mode modulators in the centre of Concept’s UI. Choose from a variety of flexible modulation options such as an Env/Pitch Follower, an X/Y Capture pad and the unique 'Tweak It' customisation system. Concept also comes with an extensive selection of high-quality effects with a total of three simultaneous insert slots. A highlight of the effects suite is a mix ready convolution reverb that allows user IR files to be utilised to create unusual creative effects. Overview of Concept : Modulation System - Explore a new approach to modulation using drag-and-drop. Instantly identify your mappings with clear colour coding and animated visual feedback. Tweak It - Get inspired quickly using our controllable and assignable customisation system. Create variations of your patch with a single click, with results ranging from musical to complex. X/Y Capture - Draw your modulation movements within an X/Y field. Capture patterns for any combination of parameters and sync the results to your projects tempo. Create unique sounds and melodies in an instant. FX Rack - Combine a range of ten high-quality effects, and drag-and-drop any parameter into the modulation system. An innovative convolution reverb is included allowing the use of custom impulse responses. Audio Input - Stimulate new ideas by performing and modulating with any input or instrument. Use elements from your mix to create dynamic rhythmical patches, or use the pitch follower to create exciting interactions with existing melodies. To get you started, Concept comes loaded with ?200+ diverse presets, designed by the likes of Mercury award-winning music producer Roni Size (Reprazent, Universal), Richard Devine (Google, Warp Records), Kayla Painter (Brownswood Recordings), Dom Ruckspin (Ninja Tune) and Heiroglyphic Being (Mathematics Records).
  17. Korg OpSIx FM Synthesizer concept design presented at the NAMM 2020. According to the Korg product representatives this was shown as a prototype design with no current plans about what the actual production specifications are other than being based on the original DX7 synthesizer, but is said to have extended features beyond the original such as filters and ring-modulation. It is expected it will be about 12-18 months before a final product may announced.
  18. Jack Hertz

    Behringer Wasp

    Behringer Wasp Legendary Hybrid Synthesizer with Dual OSCs, Multi-Mode VCF, 16-Voice Poly Chain and Eurorack Format + Legendary hybrid synthesizer with dual digital OSC design allows for insanely fat music creation. + Authentic reproduction of original “Wasp Deluxe” circuitry. + Pure analog signal path based on authentic VCF and VCA designs. + 3 variable oscillator shapes with pulse / ramp and enhanced mode for ultimate sounds. + Multi-mode VCF with Lo, Hi, Band and Notch modes. + Flexible LFO with 6 waveform shapes including noise and S&H with frequency and pitch modulation control. + 2 analog Envelope Generators for modulation of VCF and VCA. + Noise generator dramatically expands waveform generation. + 16-voice Poly Chain allows combining multiple synthesizers for up to 16 voice polyphony. + Complete Eurorack solution – main module can be transferred to a standard Eurorack case. + 29 controls give you direct and real-time access to all important parameters. + External audio input for processing external sound sources. + Comprehensive USB/MIDI implementation with MIDI channel and Voice Priority selection WASP DELUXE The 1970s spawned the first truly portable analog synthesizer, and while it was quickly adopted by lots of renowned musical artists including Jan Hammer, Chick Corea, Rick Wakeman, Jean-Michel Jarre, Isao Tomita and Keith Emerson to name a few, it was somewhat temperamental and very expensive. In 1978 a unique and quirky little synthesizer was born. The Wasp, as it was called, was a monophonic, two-octave keyboard that used touch-sensitive keys. It was a novel idea back then but tended to be unreliable and difficult to play. An ultra-affordable homage to that iconic synthesizer, with all the features of the original and then some, the Behringer WASP DELUXE lets you conjure up virtually any sound imaginable with incredible finesse and ease. Pure analog signal path based on authentic VCF and VCA designs in conjunction with a flexible 6-shape waveform LFO including noise and S&H with frequency and pitch modulation control. Having your very own WASP DELUXE is like having your own personal time machine, enabling you to freely embrace the past – or shape the future! True to the Original Great care has been taken in designing the WASP DELUXE including the true to the original “Wasp Deluxe” circuitry. This is what gives it its ultra-flexible sound shaping capability, which covers everything from super-fat bass and lead tones, stunning effects – and all the way out to the otherworldly sounds of your imagination. Big, Fat Tones The inspired synthesizer tracks laid down in the 1970s and ‘80s are etched in the annals of progressive rock, wave and synth-pop music forever, making them truly classic in every sense of the word. WASP DELUXE’s pure analog signal path based on authentic VCF and VCA designs, lets you recreate all of that magic – or design incredibly fat and original sounds that will make you a legend in your own right! Variable Oscillators More than just being true to the original, we just had to add more features. Each of the two oscillators comes with three variable waveforms: sawtooth, square wave and an enhanced mode which adds punch and some clarity to the oscillator’s tone. Both oscillators can be adjusted across a wide 5-octave range (32’, 16’ 8’, 4’ and 2’). Oscillator 1’s wave shape can be adjusted via the Width knob, while oscillator 2 has a pitch control that can be adjusted against oscillator 1’s pitch to create some really sweet modulation effects. To top it all off, these can be mixed and blended together with an external audio signal to get a truly unique sound. Even More Control The Control Oscillator section is where things start to get interesting. This section features a flexible LFO with six waveform shapes such as a sine wave, rising sawtooth, falling sawtooth, square wave, noise and random which can be further manipulated with the Frequency and Pitch knobs. A noise generator that dramatically expands waveform generation and can be mixed in to create additional percussion sounds. The WASP DELUXE also comes with a switchable, multi-mode VCF with Lo, Hi, Band and Notch filter options as well as a Freq and Q setting where you can play with the filter cutoff and width to get some really wild sounds that can add some spice to your music. Pushing the Envelope Next in the chain is where you can create some very intricate patches. The WASP DELUXE has two analog Envelope Generators for modulating the VCA and VCF. The VCA Envelope section contains an Attack, Decay, Sustain Level/Repeat knob as well as a hold switch that can be used to sustain a note indefinitely while the Control Envelope features Attack, Decay and Delay/Repeat knobs. Set these just right to get millisecond-quick notes ala Kraftwerk or create long atmospheric synth beds just like Vangelis in Bladerunner. 16-Note Poly Chain Ready While it is a monophonic instrument (one note at a time), WASP DELUXE’s 16-note Poly Chain function lets you combine multiple synthesizers for up to 16-voice polyphony – plus provides vastly improved reliability and stability over its 1970’s predecessor. Eurorack Ready Designed to handle the rigors of life on the road or in the studio, your WASP DELUXE can easily be transferred into a standard Eurorack case for the perfect integration into your existing system. Controls & Connectivity We just can’t help ourselves – like you, we’re gear-heads, too. For those who want the numbers, WASP DELUXE has 29 controls, all laid out in a highly intuitive format that puts the joy back into your music creation. Input and output connections include: MIDI I/O and Thru over USB/MIDI DIN; Main Audio via a 3.5mm TRS connection; LOW and HIGH Main outs via a ¼" TRS connection. Unleash Your Imagination When it comes to not just pushing envelopes but creating them, WASP DELUXE gives your imagination its voice – and it’s so very affordable. When modern performance calls for classic analog sound – it calls for the Behringer WASP DELUXE!
  19. Jack Hertz

    Akai MPC One

    STEP UP TO STANDALONE MPC One is a total music production solution to take your ideas from concept to finalized radio-ready beats. FULL MPC EXPERIENCE Don’t let the size fool you. The MPC One packs a lot of features and workflow tools into ONE powerful punch. Beat programming, editing, mixing FX and instruments and so much more means an uncompromised creative experience. FULL CONTROL MPC ONE delivers a truly empowering hands-on experience, ready for any music production task. Edit and trim samples with hand gestures on the brilliant 7” touch screen display. Express your ideas perfectly with the assigned knobs and touch keys that eliminate diving through pages of menus. STUDIO CONNECTIVITY MPC One integrates into your creative space with all the ports and jacks you need. USB, MIDI DIN, CV/Gate, and 1/4” line-level audio input. With USB and SD card slots, you can save, transfer and share your music. PRO PERFORMANCE & TECHNIQUES Your favorite music production techniques come standard on MPC One. Tape Stop effect, Note Repeat for pulsing hi hats, and 16 Levels to play those melodic 808s plus many more. FEATURES + Standalone MPC – No Computer Required + 16 Velocity Sensitive RGB Pads + Powerful Multicore System from the MPC Live and MPC X + 2 GB RAM, 2GB Onboard Storage, 2GB pre-installed content + SD Card Slot + Brilliant 7” Multi-Touch Display + Stereo Line Level Inputs + MIDI In & MIDI Out + 4 TRS CV/Gate Jacks, 8 Outputs Total + USB 2.0 Slot for Storage Drives or Midi Controllers for use in Standalone + Mac & PC Controller for MPC Software (included)
  20. Arturia reveal KeyLab Essential 88 at NAMM 2020 The team at Arturia are excited to reveal the latest member of the KeyLab Essential family: KeyLab Essential 88 is a powerful 88-note controller keyboard that’s packed with inspiring features, streamlines your workflow, comes with a fantastic bundle of software, and is friendly on your wallet. One of the most affordable 88-note controllers on the market, it features an all-new keybed that strikes the perfect balance between fast synth action and a traditional weighted piano feel. Thanks to the fantastic features and included software, KeyLab Essential 88 provides everything they need to create and record music straight out of the box. Its intuitive performance controls, perfect Analog Lab support, and excellent DAW integration mean it’ll inspire you every day, and improve the way you make and perform music. 88 note, velocity sensitive keyboard with hybrid synth-piano feel. 16 back-lit, customizable performance pads 9 faders & rotary encoders Mackie / HUI compliant DAW Command Center Clickable jog-wheel Velocity & modulation wheels Full Analog Lab integration “Chord play” mode Twin-line LCD screen Class-compliant USB: use with iOS and Android devices Optional sustain pedal and DC power supply An incredible controller in its own right, KeyLab Essential 88 also comes complete with one of the best collections of bonus software around. ANALOG LAB Perfectly integrated synths and keyboards Your go-to choice for inspiration, creativity, and performance. Over 6500 amazing keyboard presets taken from over 30 classic instruments, intuitive controls, and seamless integration. Discover inspiration at every step on your musical journey. ABLETON LIVE LITE Record, mix, and release your tracks An introduction to the world of Ableton Live, a high-powered software suite used by top producers, DJs, performers, and remixers all around the world. Live Lite lets you record your ideas, layer tracks, warp audio, and release your productions. UVI GRAND PIANO MODEL D Beautifully sampled iconic piano Straight from the world’s greatest concert halls and recording studios. KeyLab Essential also includes UVI’s recreation of the Steinway Model D grand piano, sampled in exquisite detail, ready for you to play, and free of charge. KeyLab Essential 88 is everything you could want in a low-cost 88 note controller. It can easily be carried by one person, it has a clear but stylish design, it gives you deep integration with your favorite DAWs and software instruments, and gives you full creative range for your keyboard playing. LEARN MORE https://www.arturia.com/products/hybrid-synths/keylab-essential-88/overview
  21. We are proud to present MEGAfm, a result of several years of development. MEGAfm uses and abuses the vintage YM2612 FM chip originally found in the Megadrive/Genesis games console. BEAUTIFUL DIRT Unlike most FM synthesizers that are very clean and digital, the YM2612 has very characterful tone allowing a broad sound palette ranging from beautiful plucked strings to growly distorted bass lines. TACTILE OPERATORS Hardware FM synthesizers are infamous for their reduced controls and complexity to program, with tiny LCD screens and only a couple of buttons to operate a load of menus… With its 32 operators faders, 14 knobs and 15 buttons MEGAfm offers unprecedented hands-on FM control! Every knob and fader can easily be modulated by the easy to use LFOs. MAKE IT A DOUBLE! The YM2612 chip offers 6 voices of crispy FM, 4 operators per voice and 8 algorithms. MegaFM features 2 chips for a total of 12voices spread across two outputs (or summed to one) FEATURES + 12 Voice Polyphony + Dual YM2612 FM chips (included) + 8 Algorithms + 50 preset (saving to any slot) and easy upload/download of banks to and from computer vis SYSEX. + Preset randomiser + 4 Voicing modes (Poly12, stereo/wide6, special CH3 mode, 12 voice unison with detune/fat knob + Stereo or Mono output (1 chip per channel or both chips summed) + 32 Sliders for total control of all 4 operators + 14 knobs + 15 buttons + 23 LEDS, LED numeric display. + 3 lfos to modulate any parameter + 7-mode arpeggiator with transposable Sh-style step sequencer + Vibrato with depth and rate + MIDI clock on all LFOs, ARP and Vibrato + Dual 6.35mm TS output and 6.35mm Stereo Headphones output + Brushed/Anodized Aluminum Case + Sturdy metal panel bolted potentiometers + DIN5 MIDI input with MIDI channel learn and thru/out
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