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Crumar Compac-Piano

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    Description
    Crumar entered the keyboard market with the Compac-piano. A portable electric piano that was used by many players. It helped sparked the idea of strapping a keyboard on like a guitarist. Later models would be updated with the name Compac-piano 2. The models were licensed by Univox in the States and carried the name Univox instead of Crumar.

    The instrument was a very good sounding simple Electric Piano and Clavinova with 3 sliders for sound shaping and a built in phaser for the prominent 1970's sounds. To this day it is used by players.
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    Architecture
    Type: Analog
    Synthesis: Subtractive
    Oscillators
    Oscillators: 12
    Waveforms: Square
    Oscillator Notes:
    12 discrete Square Wave oscillators and
    and 7-stage Frequency Dividers
    2 lower bass octaves
    3 piano shape stages piano, honky tonk, and clav
    Envelopes
    Envelopes: 0
    Filters
    Filters: 0
    Filter Notes:
    simple analog filter
    LFO
    LFO: 0
    Polyphony & Tuning
    Polyphony: 61
    Timbrality: 1
    Tuning: Standard
    Modes: Polyphonic
    Patches
    Patches RAM: 1
    Effects
    analog phaser
    Case
    Case: Keyboard
    Keyboard: 61 keys, Non-weighted, Plastic
    Controls: Faders
    Connections
    Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack, Mono Out
    Control Features: IN / OUT / THRU
    Production
    Year Released: 1972
    Year Discontinued: 1980
    Used By
    Edgar Winter
    Manuals & Documents

    Product Links
    Company Product Sites:
    [+] www.crumar.it
    Pricing
    Used Price: $50 - $375 - convert
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