MATRIXSYNTH: Oberheim Matrix-12 SN P64201

Monday, November 27, 2017

Oberheim Matrix-12 SN P64201

via this auction

"This is it ! The holy grail of Analog Vintage Synths - sounds like God! In case you didn't already know this, here are the specs:

Audio Sources 12 Independent Velocity, Release Velocity and Pressure (After-Touch) respsonsive analog Voices. Voice Control Assignment can be per MIDI Input Channel (12 maximum) or per polyphonic grouping in up to six Zones.

On-Board ("Local") Controllers 61-Note (C°to C5) five-Octave Velocity, Release Velocity and Pressure (After-Touch) sensitive Keyboard, non-weighted.

2 Non-dedicated Modulation Levers. 2 Non-dedicated Pedal Inputs. Voice Architecture 2 Voltage Controlled Oscillators ("VCOs")

1 15-Mode Voltage Controlled Filter ("VCF") 15 Voltage Controlled Amplifiers ("VCAs")

1 FM Modulation Generator

1 Lag Processor

3 Tracking Generators

5 Digital Envelopes

5 Digital Low Frequency Oscillators ("LFOs")

4 Ramp Generators

1 Noise Generator Modulation Matrix Modulation™ System utilizing 27 possible Sources routed to 47 possible Destinations in up to 20 "Modulation Pages" per Voice.

12 Permanent ("hardwired") modulations per Voice. MIDI Implementation MIDI IN, MIDI OUT and MIDI THRU Ports Transmit and Receive Channel select independent per Voice (MIDI MONO Mode) or per polyphonic Zone. Modes Mode 1: OMNI On, Poly Mode 3: OMNI Off, Poly Mode 4: OMNI Off, Mono Controllers Independent Controller Number select Controllers ON/OFF select Patch Change Commands ON/OFF select Miscellaneous MIDI Features System Exclusive ON/OFF select MIDI Echo ON/OFF select

10 Miscellaneous Three 40-Character Fluorescent Displays

100 SINGLE Patch Memory Locations

100 MULTI Patch Memory Locations

"Chain" Programming Mode Cassette Interface FROM (input) and TO (output) ports

Trigger Input Requirements: +5V DC signal minimum, 1 ms Pulse Width

Power Requirements (selectable): North America and Japan: 95 -120 V A.C., 50 60 Hz Europe: 200 230 V A.C., 50 60 Hz"

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