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Multivox MX-65

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    Description
    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.

    The front panel is not deep, but it definitely gives you some control over the MX-65's presets.
    There are envelope shape controls, an LFO (delay, depth, speed), and 3 Ensemble/Chorus modes.

    Connections include Gate Out and VCF control in. The Gate Out has positive and negative polarity outputs. The VCF control in is a control voltage input or pedal control. As a cv input it is 1.3 v/octave. Very unique feature set.

    This synth can be very lush, especially with a touch of fx. I have made a quick demo, with some of reverb and delay from Ableton. The string and pia
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    Architecture
    Type: Analog
    Synthesis: Divide Down
    Oscillators
    Oscillators: 1
    Osc Modulation: Envelope, LFO
    Oscillator Notes:
    6 Presets:
    +Piano
    +Strings
    +Cavichord
    +Honky Tonk
    +Piano
    +Organ.
    Envelopes
    Envelopes: 1
    Evelope Paramerters: Attack, Decay
    LFO
    LFO: 1
    LFO Parameters: Sine
    Polyphony & Tuning
    Polyphony: 61
    Tuning: Standard
    Modes: Polyphonic
    Patches
    Patches RAM: 1
    Patches ROM: 6
    Effects
    ensemble/chorus
    Case
    Case: Keyboard
    Keyboard: 61 keys
    Controls: Knobs, Sliders, Switches
    Connections
    Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack, Mono Out
    Audio Output Count: 1
    CV Ports: Gate Out
    Control Features: VCF Input
    Production
    Year Released: 1977
    Year Discontinued: 1978
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    Pricing
    Used Price: $200 - convert
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