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DPM3 SE

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Description
The Peavey DPM3 SE is a 61 key, 16 voice multitimbral, velocity and pressure sensitivity, sample based synthesizer. It has a resonant low pass digital filter, 2 LFOs, a four envelopes and extensive modulation capabilities.

It has 100 program memories and a 24 bit dual stereo effects processor on board. Additionally a 9 track real or step time sequencer.

It has MIDI IN/OUT/THRU connectors and can load samples through MIDI Sample Dump Standard. Additionally it has a floppy disk drive and ram and rom card interface.



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Technical Specifications
Type: Digital
Synthesis: ROM, Sampling
Oscillators
Oscillators: 2
Waveforms: ROM
ROM Size: 4 MB
ROM Resolution: 16 bit
Osc Modulation: Continuous Controller, Envelope, Knob, LFO, Mod Wheel, Pitch Wheel, Sequencer, Velocity
Sampling: 16 bit
Envelopes
Envelopes: 4
Evelope Paramerters: Delay, Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release, Rate 1, Level 1, Rate 2, Level 2, Rate 3, Level 3, Rate 4, Level 4
Filters
Filters: 1
Types: Low Pass, Resonance
Filter Modulation: Envelope, Keyboard, LFO, Mod Wheel, Pitch Wheel, Sequencer, Velocity
LFO
LFO: 2
LFO Parameters: Saw Up, Saw Down, Square, Triangle
Polyphony & Tuning
Polyphony: 16
Timbrality: 16
Tuning: Standard
Modes: Mono, Polyphonic, Split
Patches
Patches RAM: 100
Patches ROM: 100
Multipatches RAM: 4
Multipatches ROM: 4
Storage: Tape, RAM Cartridge, ROM Cartridge
Editing: MIDI
Effects
+ Dual 24 Bit effects processors
+ 39 Algorithms
Sequencer
+ 9 Tracks
+ Automation
Case
Case: Keyboard
Keyboard: 61 keys, Metal
Controls: Aftertouch, Velocity, Buttons, Sliders, Mod - Wheel, Pitch -Wheel, Modulation 1/4" Jacks, Pedal - Control, Sequencer
Display Type: LCD, Backlit
Connections
Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack, Stereo Main, Stereo Headphone
Audio Output Count: 4
MIDI Ports: IN, OUT, THRU
Production
Year Released: 1991
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Pricing
Used Price: $125 - convert
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The Peavey DPM3 was Peavey's first foray into making synthesizers. Depending on who you ask, it was either overrated or underrated. For the time the sounds were decent, but unexciting. Editing patches was straightforward but a bit tedious due to the lack of knobs and faders, but this was the bane of just about all synths at the time. 

I was excited about the news of this being released and was one of the first dealers to stock them. Hartley Peavey had promised the end of obsolescence. Hardly. But if you can find a working unit in good shape, they are an excellent buy.  

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