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Rhodes (CBS subsidiary) Chroma Polaris

Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer

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Rhodes (CBS subsidiary) Chroma Polaris
Rhodes (CBS subsidiary) Chroma Polaris
5 000.00 street price

The Rhodes Chroma Polaris is a digital synthesizer created by CBS Musical Instruments in the early 1980s. It was designed to be an affordable alternative to the more expensive and complex polyphonic synthesizers of the time. The Chroma Polaris featured a 61-note keyboard with velocity and aftertouch sensitivity, two oscillators, two low-pass filters, two envelopes, and a 16-bit digital effects processor. It was capable of producing a wide variety of sounds, from analog-style leads and basses to digital-style pads and sound effects.

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