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Oberheim Strummer Perf/X Performance EXpansion Module

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Description
The "Strummer" listens to chords played on your MIDI keyboard and plays them back to your MIDI sound source (Synthesizer or Sampler) just as they would be played from a guitar. Not only will the chord voicings be correct, but the chords can actually be "Strummed!"

With the "Strummer," you can even change the speed and direction of your "Strums" just by changing the way you play your MIDI keyboard. Also, "Strummer" has the ability to distinguish the difference between chords and single notes, allowing you to send chords out on one MIDI channel (Distorted Guitar Sound for example) while your single notes are sent out on a different channel (i.e. Solo Sound). Your keyboard may have a great guitar sound, but can you play a great guitar part? Yes. The Oberheim Strummer will transform your keyboard playing into a stunning and convincing performance featuring realistic guitar articulation.

By looking at such factors as the range of the guitar, the number of notes being played, chord position, and the velocity of the performance, Strummer can transform the incoming MIDI data out into performance data emulating that of a real guitarist. Performance data may be delayed, echoed, harmonized, transposed and sent back out on multiple MIDI channels.

In addition to control over strum direction and speed, the Strummer also features Chord Capture for real time single finger chords. Individual picking patterns and riffs may be assigned to a single key, for real time performance playback. You can even control the number of "strings" being strummed via keyboard velocity.

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Technical Specifications
Type: Digital
Oscillators
Oscillators: 0
Envelopes
Envelopes: 0
Filters
Filters: 0
LFO
LFO: 0
Polyphony & Tuning
Polyphony: 0
Timbrality: 0
Tuning: Standard
Patches
Patches RAM: 32
Patches ROM: 64
Storage: Internal
Editing: MIDI
Arpeggiator
+ MIDI Echo
+ Adjustable Delay and Decay Rates
+ Multiple MIDI Channel Output
+ Velocity Switching
+ Keyboard Splitting
+ Chord Voicing Variations
+ Chord Capture
+ Transposition of MIDI Delays
+ Sync to External MIDI Clocks
Case
Case: Desktop
Controls: Buttons
Display Type: Numeric
Display Count H: 2
Display Count V: 1
Connections
Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack
Inputs: 4x 1/4" Footswitch
MIDI Ports: IN, OUT
Production
Year Released: 1991
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Pricing
MSRP List Price: $249 - convert
Retail Street Price: $225 - convert
Used Price: $100 - $150 - convert
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