MATRIXSYNTH: Star Instruments Synare S3X demonstration, drum module, analog synthesizer

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Star Instruments Synare S3X demonstration, drum module, analog synthesizer


Published on Jan 13, 2016 Carl Wiedemann

"A demonstration of some of the sound capabilities of the Star Instruments Synare S3X drum module, analog synthesizer. Issued from 1977 to 1982. This unit has five presets, which are moderately adjustable. I assume this was to make it more practical for live performance use. The “0” setting allows full adjustability for making one’s own sounds, although the range is less expansive than the standard Synare 3, which had the drawback of having no presets. The S3X has two AC power inputs to supply 18 volts. However it does work with one twelve volt input (positive tip plug). I'm selling this particular unit on Ebay (January 2016)."


via this auction

"Star Instruments Synare S3X drum module, analog synthesizer, with clamp mount hardware. Issued from 1977 to 1982. All the controls (knobs and switches) seem to be operating properly. This unit has five presets, which are moderately adjustable. I assume this was to make it more practical for live performance use. The “0” setting allows full adjustability for making one’s own sounds, although the range is less expansive than the standard Synare 3, which had the drawback of having no presets. I have posted a video on YouTube to demonstrate that this unit in functioning properly. The S3X has two AC power inputs to supply 18 volts. However it does work with one twelve volt input (positive tip plug), which is included in this auction. I’ve posted a video on YouTube which demonstrates the array of sounds this unit can generate."


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