Archive March 3, 2007

Roland TB-303

The Roland TB-303 Bass Line is a synthesizer/sequencer manufactured by the Roland corporation in 1982 and 1983 that had a defining role in the development of contemporary electronic music. The…

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Roland SH-101

The Roland SH101, released around 1982, was designed to be accessible and affordable; it's also compact and lightweight with a very easy layout. If you're not creating wild sounds within…

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Korg Poly 800

The Korg Poly 800 is a polyphonic (8 voices), programmable synthesizer featured a 49-note (C-C) non-velocity keyboard, MIDI, one DCO per voice, a single VCF, three six-segment envelope generators (one…

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Korg N364

In 1988 Korg launched the M1, which, if we set aside unaffordable monsters such as the Fairlight CMI and Synclavier, introduced on-board sequencing, 8-part multitimbrality, and the workstation concept to…

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Roland M-BD1

these modules are all direct spin-offs from the JV-series expansion sets. The MBD1 combines simple operation with very high-quality sounds and is presented as a straightforward mains-powered 1U rack module.…

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Kawai K4r


The Kawai K4r is the rack-mount sibling of the K4 keyboard and it has all the features of the keyboard version except for the effect processor section (and the keyboard…

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