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Sequential Circuits Multi-Trak
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  Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer   900.00 U.S.Dollars

Multi-Trak is an improved version of Six-Trak. The basic architecture remained unchanged: six voices based on CEM3394 controlled by Zilog Z80 microprocessor. Among the differences there are: Enlarged keyboard. In Multitrack, the number of keys has been...

Sequential Circuits Studio 440
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  Sampler   1 000.00 U.S.Dollars

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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  Rackmount Sampler   300.00 U.S.Dollars

Synthesizer, Hybrid, Digital+Analog, Voices: 8, Multi Timbral Capacity: 8 part(s), Production start: 1987, Production end: 1987, Production ended: Yes.

Sequential Circuits Prophet 2000
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  Polyphonic Sampler Synthesizer   300.00 U.S.Dollars

In 1985 at the music fair in Milan Prophet 2000 was introduced - the first sampler made by SCI. Compared to its predecessors (E-mu Emulator and Ensoniq Mirage), the synthesizer got the sample rate almost twice bigger (12 bits versus 8) and offered quite...

Sequential Circuits Pro 8
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  Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer   1 200.00 U.S.Dollars

The eight-voice analog synthesizer was made in Japan in 1984, later it was renamed into Split-8.

Sequential Circuits Split-8
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  Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer   1 200.00 U.S.Dollars

In 1983 Sequential Circuits focused on the Japanese market, dominated by Yamaha, Roland and Korg. To launch the product aimed at a Japanese buyer, local factories were given the original operating system of Six-Trak synthesizer and Curtis CEM3394 chip....

Sequential Circuits Prelude
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  Orchestral Synthesizer   350.00 U.S.Dollars

Right when the legendary professional instruments were developed, Sequential Circuits decided to make a counter move and try to take a niche of budget synthesizers for learning and for churches. In order to implement the intention the brand turned to...

Sequential Circuits Six-Trak
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  Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer   800.00 U.S.Dollars

One of the world's first multitimbral synthesizers created to work together with a computer (Commodore 64). A computer program allows you to program voices, and together with Drumtraks you can get a complete MIDI system. The architecture used in Six Trak...

Sequential Circuits Pro One
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  Analog Monophonic Synthesizer   1 800.00 U.S.Dollars

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...

Sequential Circuits TOM
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  Drum Machine   750.00 U.S.Dollars

TOM is one of the legendary instruments made by SCI, the capabilities of which seemed ahead of time, and surely raised the bar for other manufacturers. The "humanization" function was incorporated into this device much earlier than the term...