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DX-7 Mark I « Chocolate » + case
Yamaha DX-7 mark 1 "chocolate" (dark brown almost black) VINTAGE with its case from the same period, as well as the Yamaha speakers. Perfect functioning. The original LCD display "drool" a little, but it has not been changed to keep the original. FM sound with Yamaha quality.
A distinctive analog instrument that brings raw sound, step-sequencing and extensive interconnectivity to any electronic or modular ecosystem. This expansive live performance and production synthesizer is designed to provide experimental musicians and synthesists with a diverse array of creative tools to inspire new ideas, unique sound and endless sonic exploration.Drive synchronized sound with Mother 32’s powerful step sequencer while utilizing its modular patchbay and assignable output to spawn a living, breathing organism with dynamic and modifiable sound processing. Patch multiple control and sound sources into Mother-32’s voltage controlled mixers and truly unlock the vast potential of this powerful instrument, or pull all of the patch cables, plug in a MIDI cable and simply drive your Mother-32 from any MIDI-equipped device. The Mother-32 is secured in an extruded aluminum enclosure with wood sides, but can also easily be relocated to almost any Eurorack enclosure.
It is an inconspicuously compact, subharmonic bass machine designed to integrate seamlessly into any performance or computer-based music workflow . Just as its progenitors, the Minitaur effortlessly does one thing above all others… wall splitting analog BASS. The solid steel enclosure of the Minitaur is deceptively simple - offering immediate access to critical sound design and performance controls only. This makes Minitaur extremely fast and easy to use--but just under the surface lies a vast expanse of dynamic and inspirational power that is instantly accessible from almost any laptop or MIDI controller. The free Minitaur Editor software truly unlocks Minitaur’s power and flexibility by making DAW integration and control completely seamless on both Mac and Windows machines. Load and save up to 128 presets onto your Minitaur, select from 6 different modulation waveshapes , engage Hard Sync, access full ADSR envelopes, MIDI sync the LFO, reset oscillator waveform cycles, polychain with other Moog synthesizers and more. Every feature can be manipulated, automated and recalled instantly.
The ORLA Stage Starter Black is an Italian digital piano amplified in stereo for beginner, conservatory or self-taught use, with a high quality 88-key keyboard mechanism weighted with hammer mechanism as on a real acoustic piano. It can also be used as a master or stage keyboard. It features 16 different quality sounds that are easily selected with a combination of keys: Grand Piano (grand piano), Upright Piano (upright piano), Electric Piano (electric piano for modern blues, rock or pop compositions), Harpsi, Slow Strings, Fast Strings, Vocals (hearts), Brass (brass section), Nylon Guitar (classical guitar), Church Organ, Chapel Organ, Jazz Organ, Grand Piano mode mixed with a string layer, Grand Piano mode split with a string layer, electric piano mode split with a string layer, and finally classical guitar mode mixed with a string sound. A USB port allows you to connect it to a computer with the MIDI standard. It has a metronome with click and measure, perfect for piano studies from beginner to intermediate level. This eliminates the need to purchase a separate metronome. It has 2 headphone outputs, 2 pedal inputs, a stereo audio input to listen to the sound of a song, for example with a phone or MP3 player, and play at the same time. Another atypical didactic function: this keyboard allows you to play in TWIN mode with your teacher, at the same pitch. Very useful for courses. It is possible to add 2 sounds in a single layer or to split the keyboard in two with an instrument on the left in the bass and another on the right (split). A keyboard key is used to select a more or less brilliant sound (Tone Control). Depending on your game and strength, it is possible to choose a sensitivity of 3 levels (Hard, Normal, or Soft). By default, the Piano sound is selected at a normal velocity. A chorus effect and 3 different reverbs are available (Room, Hall, Theatre, Room being the default). Finally, it is possible to transpose (practical in the event of an untimely change of key in a group, especially with brass accompaniment), and to tune differently the famous "LA" of reference. Key combinations are very easily set up because they are written in white on a black background just above the keyboard. So it is not even necessary to open the operating instructions.
The Grandmother is a playground that goes back to the roots of Moog modular synthesizers, in which the goal of synthesis is not only the result but an immersive journey into the world of discovery or experimentation. Able to create complex sounds and modulations, the semi-modular design of the Grandmother does not require a patch, allowing anyone, regardless of their experience and knowledge, to explore and discover the magic of analog synthesis. Inspired by the previous classic Moog modular synthesizers, the Grandmother's sound engine and integrated spring reverberation are completely analogical, providing access to an infinite range of sound, of incomparable beauty and power. In addition, the Grandmother also has an arpeggiator and sequencer for more fun. The additional patch and modular exploration capabilities will open up this playground to a new horizon allowing you to explore the infinite possibilities of module relationships. Patcher also allows you to redesign internal connections, each section can function as an independent module. In addition to its standalone functions, the Grandmother is also an ideal analog audio processor for processing external sound sources, as well as the perfect keyboard to accompany the Mother-32, DFAM or any modular system in Eurorack format.
Matriarch is an analog synthesizer with an emphasis on imagination. The pinnacle of Moog’s semi-modular family of synthesizers, Matriarch’s patchable architecture and vintage Moog circuits reward open exploration with endless sonic possibilities and unparalleled analog sound. Easily create rich harmonic shapes with up to 4 notes of paraphony that can be sequenced, saved, and shifted with Matriarch’s intuitive 256 step sequencer, or stack the analog VCOs to play on a massive 4 oscillator mono synth. With a deep assortment of synthesis modules based on Bob Moog’s original circuit designs, Matriarch’s 100% analog signal path spans a dynamic sonic vocabulary – from overdriven monophonic bass to gently evolving paraphonic plucks that cycle through waveshapes into a wash of infinite delay trails. Coupling the power of vintage stereo ladder filters, dual Envelope Generators, stereo Analog Delays, and stereo VCAs, Matriarch delivers a multidimensional sound that empowers the sonic exploration of space and time. Though Matriarch’s semi-modular design requires absolutely no patching, 90 modular patch points are easily accessible throughout the panel via the included 3.5mm patch cables. This powerful electronic instrument is a highly-versatile addition to any stage or studio that can effortlessly transform from a performance keyboard to a fully modular analog synthesizer at a moment’s notice. In addition to its standalone function, Matriarch is also an ideal processor of external sound sources and a powerful keyboard front-end for expanding a DFAM, Mother-32, Grandmother, or Eurorack modular system.
The world of analog synthesis now has a reference.
Being at the origin of the revival of analog synthesizers is already a great achievement, but redefining the standards of analog synthesis in the face of legendary brands was a challenge. With the MatrixBrute, Arturia offers us a beautiful and powerful synthesizer that meets the wildest dreams of sound designers...
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