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Polyphonic (4 voice) synthesizer, with sync function (for creating one monophonic voice). it has an arpeggiator, and 8 memory bank. One Voltage Controlled Oscillator per voice giving the option of triangle, square, PWM square and one swichable sub oscillator. One LFO, a highpass and resonant lowpass filter. Two envelope generators, one for the filter, one for the VCA. Ensemble/chorus effect. The keyboard has 49 keys. A trigger input is provided for arpeggiator control. (Produced: 1978-1979)

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...of the keyboard stands so that I could hear what I was programming. One placeholder keyboard (the m-audio controller above the Jupiter 4) will go soon as the Waldorf STVC arrives. The building is soundproof (on it's own foundation... floor not touching wall...etc) and has tie lines into the house. Synths include Roland D50,...

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Roland JP-4. Worth having?

Definitely. I have experience with all the synths you mention except the Polaris and I would buy the JP4 in a heartbeat. Amazing filter and I could literally listen to that random arpeggiator all day. Also, it’s not really that much of a risk. With the way JP4 prices are going you could flip...

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DSI Rev2... to sell or not to sell? THAT is the annoying question.

...from a variety of classic poly synths, including the OBX, OBXA, SEM 4-Voice, Prophet 5, Prophet 10, Korg PolySix, Roland Jupiter 4, Jupiter 8, Yamaha CS-80, and MemoryMoog. For some, I captured samples from multiple different copies of the synth. In addition, I got readings for a variety of other VCO...

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