MATRIXSYNTH: Digital Keyboards (DK) Synergy

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Digital Keyboards (DK) Synergy

via Vemia
"Rare and interesting early multi-timbral digital machine with a sound of its own, and some revolutionary features for when it was released (1982), including a simple and effective four-track sequencer. With a cartridge giving 24 additional sounds, and what looks like the original user manual - Xeroxed but we think original. Cosmetically it is not brilliant - the case has some minor damage, and the lacquer has been dulled in places, for instance above the keyboard underneath the voice selector switches. The fans in these machines tend to get noisy (and even create some static in the audio on powering up), so this one now has a new fan. 220V, but can be changed to 110V operation simply by a tech. With its long, good quality keyboard, this is a pleasure to play."

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