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Analog Modeling Synth from Access Music belonging to the Virus series.

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  • BluenotchBluenotch

    The virus that wants to catch!

    Access Music Virus Indigo RedbackPublished on 11/07/12 at 04:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    37 keys synthesizer analog modeling with aftertouch, 3 octaves keyboard with pitch bend, ModWheel, 6 audio outputs, 2 line inputs, 1 midi in / out / thru, footswitch ctrl / hold, a headphone output.
    32 knobs, 35 buttons, 69 LEDs red, 64 patternes for the arpeggiator.
    The Redback is driven by the engine of the Virus C synthesizer with OS6 preinstalled.
    32 voices, 16-channel multitimbral, up to three main oscillators, 1024 sounds (256 User/768 ROM/128 Multi) and up to 98 simultaneous effects.
    3 band equalizer one for each channel
    3 Oscillators shape, select wav, semitone, detune 2/3), 2 filters, 3 LFOs with 68 shapes Matrix modulation effects: dist, pha, cho and delay / reverb in se…
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    37 keys synthesizer analog modeling with aftertouch, 3 octaves keyboard with pitch bend, ModWheel, 6 audio outputs, 2 line inputs, 1 midi in / out / thru, footswitch ctrl / hold, a headphone output.
    32 knobs, 35 buttons, 69 LEDs red, 64 patternes for the arpeggiator.
    The Redback is driven by the engine of the Virus C synthesizer with OS6 preinstalled.
    32 voices, 16-channel multitimbral, up to three main oscillators, 1024 sounds (256 User/768 ROM/128 Multi) and up to 98 simultaneous effects.
    3 band equalizer one for each channel
    3 Oscillators shape, select wav, semitone, detune 2/3), 2 filters, 3 LFOs with 68 shapes Matrix modulation effects: dist, pha, cho and delay / reverb in series.
    Mix: osc ball sub osc, osc flight, noise, ring mod.), 2 ADSTR envelopes
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  • bjplulubjplulu

    Access Music Virus Indigo RedbackPublished on 05/17/09 at 05:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - What type of keyboard (piano synth ...)? How many octaves? :

    Analog synthesizer modlisation 3 octaves.
    MIDI IN, OUT, THROUGH. 6 out, 2 in, pedal and hold ctrl, headphone jack.
    - The expression is good? (Raction VLOC the aftertouch)?
    Excellent!

    - Controller What (pitch, modulation, sustain ...)? :
    The rpart contrl are in 7 panels.

    1/Effets: dist, alpha, echo and delay / reverb in series.

    2/Arp: 64 patterns with Different.

    3/LFO/MOD: Modulation Matrix.

    4/Oscillateur: 3 Osc (shape, select wav, semitone, detune 2 / 3)

    5/Mix: osc ball, sub osc, osc theft, noise, ring mode)

    6/Filters: 2 filters (cutoff, res, Env Amount, Balance filter) 4 types (lp, hp, bp, bs) + …
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    - What type of keyboard (piano synth ...)? How many octaves? :

    Analog synthesizer modlisation 3 octaves.
    MIDI IN, OUT, THROUGH. 6 out, 2 in, pedal and hold ctrl, headphone jack.
    - The expression is good? (Raction VLOC the aftertouch)?
    Excellent!

    - Controller What (pitch, modulation, sustain ...)? :
    The rpart contrl are in 7 panels.

    1/Effets: dist, alpha, echo and delay / reverb in series.

    2/Arp: 64 patterns with Different.

    3/LFO/MOD: Modulation Matrix.

    4/Oscillateur: 3 Osc (shape, select wav, semitone, detune 2 / 3)

    5/Mix: osc ball, sub osc, osc theft, noise, ring mode)

    6/Filters: 2 filters (cutoff, res, Env Amount, Balance filter) 4 types (lp, hp, bp, bs) + (attack, decay, substain, release), they allow the sound sculp.
    MOOG filter for this version (exceptional)

    7/Amplifier: Attack, Decay, substain, Release

    Each panel is Entirely paramtable via an "edit" button

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use
    Editing sounds mtriser ... but comes very quickly!
    No manual ... but really do not need

    SOUNDS

    Must listen ... you going to love it!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Sounds you pter forums ... taste it, it can no longer do without.
    It is well worth its price!
    I tried almost all brands (supernova2 Novation, Moog Voyager, Korg ...) but I never heard such sounds. I'll invest in a TI2 polar (but not given adchire)
    With exprience, recess, I do it again this choice (ACCESS, a virus that can not heal)
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