MATRIXSYNTH: FREEMAN STRING SYMPHONIZER DEMO

Thursday, May 23, 2019

FREEMAN STRING SYMPHONIZER DEMO


Published on May 23, 2019 prosoloist


via this auction

"These are rare. Only a few hundred made I believe. Disputes in how much the engineer Ken Freeman would be paid I believe drove back production to where other competition hit the market first (the Solina and Crumar Stringman). But the Freeman has a unique place in that it uses 25 oscillators to produce a more vibrant sound than the other string machines
Freeman used low frequency oscillators (6 of them) patched to note groups not usually hit together. (diminished 5ths) The Freeman is big to house all the circuitry and they didn't exactly use the lightest materials.

The volume pedal DOES come with this one. The volume pedal is rather specific to this instrument. It has a feature that allows a 1/2 step bend to the pitch. It works fine. I never had the music stand.

Works great. No power cord, but you can use a regular electrical extension cord as long as it has an outlet on the top, not the side."

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