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Sequential Circuits Multi-Trak
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Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer

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 Prophet 2000
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Polyphonic Sampler Synthesizer

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

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

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Sequential Circuits Split-8
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Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer

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....

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Sequential Circuits Six-Trak
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Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer

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...