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New version of the Two Voice synthesizer, which is two SEM modules, a powerful sequencer and interface, and keyboard. Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro Synthesizer Features:

  • Recreation of a '70s analog classic synth - with modern updates
  • Two classic Synthesizer Expander Modules (SEM)
  • SEMs are 100% discrete analog - no custom chips
  • Two MIDI-sync-capable LFOs per voice, with multiple waveshapes including sample and hold
  • Two programmable ADS envelope generators per voice
  • Selectable master tuning (each VCO or VCO2 only) allows easy detuning for huge unison sounds
  • Enhanced onboard mini-sequencer
  • Store sequences in flash memory (up to 99 sequences)
  • Sequences can be chained into songs
  • Each song step can be programmed for sequence number, transpose amount, and number of repeats
  • Sequencer syncs to MIDI clock
  • Keyboard outputs velocity and aftertouch
  • Each module (both SEMs, mini-sequencer, keyboard control) sports over 50 mini-jack patch points
  • Pitch and modulation wheels, pan pots, headphone output
  • Separate LFO for vibrato


Any Oberheim Two-Voice Pros in the wild yet?

Just recorded myself playing with some FM patches on the Two Voice Pro. I basically used the oscillators from SEM B to FM modulate VCO 1 on SEM A. I also set the sequencer on SEM B to run so that the pitches would change to add to the modulation. I shut the output...

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July 2016 New gear thread

As mentioned elsewhere here, the Oberheim TVP: I wanted a knobby analogue mono and was tempted to wait until the Model D got the UK, but then saw this and after checking a few videos and the recent SoS review, it was an easy decision.

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Soundtrack and Sound Design Masterpieces

I really loved that bit of soundtrack in Annihilation as well. I tried to start a thread about it here: "Annihilation: Four-note musical cue from an Oberheim TVP," but no one replied except for Mutantt. Plus, who can't resist the image of Natalie Portman firing a fully-automatic M4?

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