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Sixteen voice polyphonic synthesizer with sound generation on Frequency Modulation (FM) principle. It has 6 operator digital processing blocks rated at 16 bit. The LFO can do sine, square, triangle, saw up, saw down and random. It has 6 envelope generators with 8 parameters each. It can store 32 patches in it's memory. The keyboard has 61 keys. It was in production during the years 1983-1987 and was one of the most popular synthesizers of it's time.


Moog One

...filter many years ago, just as I became bored with hearing (and unfortunately having to play) the same set of DX7 presets during much of the 1980s. Unlike some other posters here however, I do not believe that me not wanting a One means I need to piss all over the instrument or those...

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DX7 DAC: alternatives to DX7 for playing live without loosing the classic MKI sound

Hi ! I have the DX7 and I bought The volca FM for replacing my DX7 when I tour or play live because the DX7 is way too large and heavy. The Volca FM has an excellent workflow but the buttons are too small and I dont like the sound : it's too cristalline, just...

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Cover Band Keyboard Rig recommendations

... -The Piano engine which covers Grand Pianos, Upright Pianos, Rhodes, Wurlitzers, Harpsichords, Clavinets, and the recently added Synth Pianos ala DX7 -The Synth engine, which covers VA, a basic FM oscillator, and user samples. All the synth parts including filters, the LFO, ADSR controls and Unison options can be applied to all of those On a...

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