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Oberheim SystemizerPerf/X Performance EXpansion MIDI Module

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    The Oberheim Systemizer is one of the most exciting .developments in MIDI technology to date. The Systemizer is a master MIDI control center and memory bank that allows you 'to create and store a wide variety of MIDI keyboard setups that can be as simple or elaborate as you want.

    Think of the Systemizer is a Master MIDI Control Station that enhances your MIDI instruments' capabilities by aligning you to recall any setup between Master and Slave(s) instantly, and even perform functions that your instruments cannot do on their own. For example. the Systemizer permits multiple splits to be created and played from your MIDI keyboard as a "Master Controller' to you're other instruments even if it doesn't have that capability on its own.

    The heart of the Systemizer is the ZONE, and those of you familiar with the Oberheim Matrix series of synthesizers will know the important role it plays in achieving total MIDI control. The Zone concept permits you to select and store a set of MIDI commands as a "module" ol information. The Zone module contains the specific MIDI data that you want to use tor each setup.. Parameters such as the Split Point (and whether it's fixed or floating) the Zone Type (Layered or Crossfadlng), and other performance functions like Polyphonic, Monophonic or Unison play modes can all be selected and stored into one of 32 Setups. More can be stored onto an optional Memory Card that is inserted into the slot on the left side of the Systemizer.

    It you own more than one MIDI instrument or device -- and it just so happens that they are connected together - you have what is known as a MIDI "system". Now, two MIDI products hooked up to one another may not sound like much of a "system", but you'd be surprised at what you can do with just two units, especially il you add the Oberheim Systemizer to your rig. But if your one of the many MIDI users that are playing several MIDI instruments and possibly a sequencer, computer or one or more MIDI effects the Systemizer will do things for your MIDI system that you never thought possible or, up until now` only wished that you could.
    Type: Digital
    Oscillators: 0
    Envelopes: 0
    Filters: 0
    LFO: 0
    Polyphony & Tuning
    Polyphony: 0
    Timbrality: 0
    Tuning: Standard
    Patches RAM: 1
    Storage: Internal
    Editing: MIDI
    Case: Desktop
    Controls: Buttons
    Display Type: Numeric
    Display Count H: 2
    Display Count V: 1
    Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack
    MIDI Ports: IN, OUT
    Year Released: 1991
    Manuals & Documents
    MSRP List Price: $249 - convert
    Retail Street Price: $225 - convert
    Used Price: $100 - $150 - convert
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