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Moog DFAM (Drummer For Another Mother)
5.0/5 1

Analog Percussion Synthesizer

Percussion Synthesizer, Analogue (A), Voices: 1, Monophonic, Monotimbral.

Korg ElecTribe SX (ESX-1)
5.0/5 1

Rhythm Sampling Workstation

ElecTribe SX (ESX-1) appeared in 2003 together with Electribe EMX-1. One can surely state that ESX-1 model is one of the best samplers. Working with samples in ElecTribe SX is quite similar to the synthesis process in EMX-1, but the sound sources are...

Sequential Circuits Studio 440
5.0/5 2


Studio 440 is a further development of the idea first implemented in Prophet 2000. The wide possibilities allow Studio 440 to remain a relevant instrument today, with only a few limitations: a small amount of built-in memory (512 KB) and low resolution...

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Analog Bass Synthesizer

Taurus I is a synthesizer with a pedalboard. This format was taken from classic organs, where the bass line is performed with foot pedals. For quick switching, four presets are available: bass, tuba, taurus, variable (custom preset). The synthesizer is a...

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Analog Bass Synthesizer

Taurus II is a Moog Rogue version adapted for foot play. The synthesizer is divided into two blocks: a desktop synthesizer module with all controls and a foot pedalboard. The synthesizer was less popular than its predecessor (Taurus I) due to the less flexible settings and the lack of presets.