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ARP 2600

Analog Synth from ARP .

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ARP 2600Published on 05/06/04 at 14:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
3VC0 + 1 LFO
Keyboard Duet
Moog filter typ "4012 24dB/oct

UTILIZATION

Grace's big black panel intelligently schedule it makes you want to go explore the amazing opportunity
Once tamed bte patching becomes a breeze that's full of surprises Reserved

SOUNDS

3 VCO greasy, and stable, a moog type filter, modulator and 1ring voltage processors of all kinds ...
infinite possibilities of modulation
rverbe a spring grain trs seventies

OVERALL OPINION

The ARP 2600 is expensive, trs expensive occasion .... Duophonic folly for a 30 year old and without memory?
Well .... those who doubt try it!
This machine is magic, if the minimoog is the warmest of synths, the 2600 is...…
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3VC0 + 1 LFO
Keyboard Duet
Moog filter typ "4012 24dB/oct

UTILIZATION

Grace's big black panel intelligently schedule it makes you want to go explore the amazing opportunity
Once tamed bte patching becomes a breeze that's full of surprises Reserved

SOUNDS

3 VCO greasy, and stable, a moog type filter, modulator and 1ring voltage processors of all kinds ...
infinite possibilities of modulation
rverbe a spring grain trs seventies

OVERALL OPINION

The ARP 2600 is expensive, trs expensive occasion .... Duophonic folly for a 30 year old and without memory?
Well .... those who doubt try it!
This machine is magic, if the minimoog is the warmest of synths, the 2600 is undoubtedly the most intelligent synth Designed by all, and in its moog filter, its sound rivals the mini. Its infinite possibilities surpass most analog and make a craft which does not tire.
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  • Manufacturer: ARP
  • Model: 2600
  • Category: Analog Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/08/2004

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