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Moog Memorymoog Plus
5.0/5 2

Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer

Soon after Memorymoog was released, the "plus" version with an additional set of functions appeared: MIDI interface was, perhaps, the main introduction. The instrument featured MIDI in and out. The synthesizer comprehended MIDI basic commands: note...

10 000.00
ARP Odyssey
5.0/5 1

Monophonic Analog Synthesizer

After the release of Minimoog it became clear that the synthesizer is not a huge cabinet you should drag to rehearsals but rather a small and elegant device. And ARP (and at that time the synthesizer market was reined over only by Moog and ARP) had to...

2 500.00
Korg MS-20 mini
5.0/5 1

Monophonic Patchable Synthesizer

MS-20 mini reproduces the authentic circuitry of the classic MS-20 released in 1978. The analog architecture was replicated under the supervision of the engineers who created the original unit. The team revived 2VCO / 2VCA / 2VCF / 2EG / 1LFO structure...

Sequential Circuits Pro One
5.0/5 1

Analog Monophonic Synthesizer

It is a kind of monophonic version of Prophet 5 (referring to the third revision, with indiscrete VCOs). It has a standard "prophetic" structure: an analog controlled by a microprocessor. Unlike Prophet 5, Intel 8021 was chosen as a microprocessor in Pro...

1 800.00
5.0/5 1

Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer Module

The synthesizer module, designed by Donald Buchla (Tom Oberheim did not participate in the development) to recreate the sound of two legendary families of synthesizers - Moog and Oberheim. The name is the abbreviation of Oberheim-Moog. Ob-Mx is based on...

2 000.00