MATRIXSYNTH: OBERHEIM OB-X Analog Synthesizer (1979) Seven Sounds

Saturday, January 25, 2020

OBERHEIM OB-X Analog Synthesizer (1979) Seven Sounds


Published on Jan 25, 2020 RetroSound

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Oberheim OB-X Analog #Synthesizer from the year 1979

The demo video shows some self programmed synth sounds.

The #Oberheim #OBX is one of the fattest analog poly-synths ever.
The sound character (based of the discrete circuits and the SEM design VCF) is different to the later curtis chip based OB-Xa and OB-8.

Used by: Rush (Subdivisions, Tom Sawyer), Nena (99 Luftballons, Nur Geträumt), J.-M. Jarre (Magnetic Fields), Killing Joke (Love Like Blood), Roxy Music (Avalon), Queen (Flash Gordon), Styx (Too much time on my hands), Japan, Supertramp, Suzanne Ciani, Tangerine Dream (Exit) and more

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