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Korg PS-3300

Semi-modular Synthesizer

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Korg PS-3300
75 000.00 street price

The Korg PS-3300 is a polyphonic analog synthesizer released by Korg in 1978. It is an 8-voice polyphonic synthesizer that features two oscillators per voice, two low-pass filters, two envelopes and two LFOs. The front panel features a number of controls and sliders for editing sounds. The PS-3300 also features an arpeggiator and an onboard sequencer. Its sound is characterized by its warm analog tone and its ability to create complex and evolving sounds. It is capable of producing a variety of sounds, from deep basses to shimmering leads to complex layered textures. It has been used by several cult artists, including Keith Emerson, Jean-Michel Jarre, Vangelis, Kraftwerk, Vince Clarke, The Cure, Aphex Twin and others.

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Usage area
Sound Module/ Tone Generator 
Usage Design/ Form Factor
With Keys 
Analogue (A) 
Tone Generator / Sound Synthesis
Synthesis Method Analog Subtractive
Oscillators per voice3
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Square
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Triangle
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Saw
Voltage Controlled Filter (VCF) 
Band-pass Filter (BPF) 
Voltage Controlled Amplifier (VCA) 
LFO Waveforms
Ramp Up 
Type Synth Action
Number of Keys48
Production start1978
Production end1981
Production ended

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  Semi-modular Synthesizer   13 000.00 U.S.Dollars

Synthesizer, Sound Module/ Tone Generator, Analogue (A), Voices: 49, Oscillators per voice: 3, Number of Keys: 49, Size: 4, Production start: 2024, Production end: 1981, Production ended: Yes.