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«  Ideal for circuit bending! »

Published on 09/27/13 at 00:28
It is an organ octave divider + static filters.
It is full polyphonic but has only one envelope should be releasing all keys of an agreement at the same time for the release. No velocity. No effects (chorus + reverb are essential for a "standard" use). The keyboard has spring contacts, they are oxidized, simply clean. It's tough, it lasts twenty years ...

The rhythm is typical of the era ... static with polka rhythms / musette tacky at best.

UTILIZATION

No midi, no programmable .. Very simple to use. The left hand can play chords on the accompaniment.

SOUNDS

It is an organ octave divider ... very limited and not very realistic sounds.

OVERALL OPINION

I'll put a very good overall opinion for this instrument basically ringardissime:
It is very easy to "bender system" PCBs have wide tracks, he even comes with its scheme ...! possibility of replacing resistors static filters with knobs ... or others. Presets the drum are wired with diodes ... easy to edit ... The generators of the bar are also easy to fiddle ... same for the single envelope generator ...
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