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Analogical tank from the 1978s with which we quickly spend hours on bass sounds, with 2 synchronizable VCOs. Rare with less than 650 copies, there is a grey version OB-1A. 1750 copies in total.The 6-page Oberheim OB-1 manual is typewritten (true, it can be found on the Internet), but it is not really needed in sound design, except perhaps to position the buttons to be able to record a sound on the 8 available memories (which store the positions of 33 potentiometers or buttons, almost all of them), as this cannot be invented. The OB-1 sends heavy, even if its keyboard is very cheap and makes a hell of a noise. In any case, it can be ordered with conventional CV-IN 1 volt per octave.The pinball pitch is huge.It is recommended in the instructions for use to wait 5 minutes for the circuits to be stabilized. This is clearly another way to conceive a sound, with fabulous surprises in the percussive basses, noise, boat engine noises, factory purring. Finally, no need to look for a MIDI interface on the OB-1.Source: vintage stock copy tested, service manual.
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.
Moog One 8v
The ultimate Moog synthesizer - a tri-timbral, polyphonic, analog dream-synth designed to inspire imagination, stimulate creativity, and unlock portals to vast new realms of sonic potential. The first polyphonic analog synthesizer from Moog in more than three decades, Moog One is the culmination of years of research and has been developed to exceed principal expectations of a polyphonic Moog instrument.Moog One’s polyphonic sound engine is built on the most powerful synthesizer architecture ever employed by a Moog instrument. Per voice, Moog One offers 3 newly-designed analog VCOs, 2 independent analog filters, a dual source analog noise generator, analog mixer with external audio input, 4 LFOs, and 3 envelopes. To deliver an infinitely inspiring performance experience, each of the three timbres can be easily split or layered across Moog One’s expressive 61-note keyboard, each with its own sequencer, arpeggiator, and onboard effects library--including a suite of professional reverbs from Eventide®. Secured in a hand-finished Ash cabinet and aluminum enclosure, Moog One’s front panel is equipped with 73 knobs and 144 buttons, inviting physical connection with every sound shaping and performance control. Extended functionality is easily accessed via a per-module “More” button that brings additional parameters into focus using the Moog One center-panel LCD to ensure the most transparent and expedient sound creation experience possible. Moog One is an unprecedented conduit for the expression of your own creative voice. Sculpt, shape, and transform your own sound with nearly infinite possibilities.
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 OB-6® is the result of a unique collaboration between the two most influential designers in the history of the synthesizer, Dave Smith and Tom Oberheim. The OB-6 takes up most of the characteristics of Oberheim synthesizers (oscillators, bipolar filter, VCA...) to which modern functionalities have been added (effects, polyphonic step sequencer, arpeggiator...). A high-performance synthesizer that offers a wide range of sound and very good quality.
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