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Sequential Circuits Pro 8

Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer

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Sequential Circuits Pro 8
Sequential Circuits Pro 8
1 200.00 street price

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

Country of origin / production: Japan

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Usage area
Synthesizer 
Usage Design/ Form Factor
With Keys 
Archetype
Hybrid, Digital+Analog 
Polyphony
Analog Voices8
Tone Generator / Sound Synthesis
Oscillator Type VCO (Voltage Controlled Oscillator)
Oscillators' hard sync 
Oscillators per voice1
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Triangle
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Saw
Programs/ Voices/ Timbres
Patches64
Filter
Voltage Controlled Filter (VCF) 
Low-pass Filter (LPF) 
4-pole 
24dB 
Resonance 
Envelope Generator (EG)
FilterADSR
Sequencer
Max Events Count800
Arpegiator/ Portamento
Arpegiator Mode Up
Arpegiator Mode Down
Portamento 
MIDI
General MIDI (GM) 
MIDI in/ out
IN 
OUT 
Keys
Type Synth Action
Size5
Number of Keys61
Display
Display type TFT
Color resolution Monochrome
Built-in controllers
Pitch Bend Wheel 
Modulation Wheel 
Audio out
Mono 
Analogue: 1/4" (6.35mm)3
Power
Voltage 100-230(250)V
Voltage 50-60Hz
Power Supply Built-in, internal
Case/ body
Metal&wood 
Color
Black 
Production start1984
Production end1984
Production ended

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