MATRIXSYNTH: THEREVOX ET-4.1 ANALOG SYNTHESIZER ONDES MARTENOT CLONE

Dave Smith Instruments
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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

THEREVOX ET-4.1 ANALOG SYNTHESIZER ONDES MARTENOT CLONE


via this auction, and on Reverb

"A truly inspiring and unique analog synthesizer utilizing the kinetic interface of the rare Ondes Martenot synthesizer from the 20's and famously used by Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead. This synthesizer features dual oscillators that track pitch through the wire and pulley system capable of wholly distinct sounds and expression of vibrato and glissando. This is a hauntingly gorgeous sounding instrument and comes with a built in spring reverb unit and comes with an ATA travel case. These are hand made in Canada and have a 3-4 month turnaround and are very rare to see used. This is an instant inspiration in the studio and will add an otherworldly element to your performance or recordings. We pack perfectly and ship fast!

Features:

-Two independent temperature compensated analog oscillators with sync function
-Six octave positions for each oscillator covering C0 to C8
-Six waveforms (sine, triangle, rectified sine/octiviant, 50% pulse, 30% pulse, 10% pulse (white noise on Osc 2)
-Adjustable ring with metal reinforced wire
-Replaceable reference keyboard with alternatives available (ex: lapsteel, specific scales, microtonal)
-Dual wooden pressure-sensitive intensity keys with approx. 3/4" travel
-Low-pass filter with adjustable cutoff frequency (can be controlled by expression pedal or external CV)
-Internal spring reverb with dry+wet mix control
-"Silent" tuner output, switchable between oscillators
-Line-level (+3db) output with volume control
-Control Voltage (CV) outputs for ring position (1V/octave) and both intensity keys (0 - 10V)
-16VAC power input
-Dimensions: 30 x 11 x 4"


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