MATRIXSYNTH: Rhodes Chroma Arp Analog Synthesizer


Monday, July 13, 2020

Rhodes Chroma Arp Analog Synthesizer

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"I bought this synth around 1997 in working condition with the Syntech midi interface.It worked for a year or so and then suddenly during a session it stopped functioning.I had lots of synthesizers so I just took it out of the lineup and put it in the corner of my studio where it stood until week ago.I didn't get online until around 1999 so I researched the problem I might have encountered.It seems the power supply was this synth's main Achilles heel.I've watched a couple of youtube videos and the power supply wasn't producing enough power on each rail to support everything functioning.My machine turns on and there is a rapid fire clicking like an old computer printer.I learned this is the tapper solenoid (which is used to add tactile feedback to the membrane switches)."

You can find resources on the Rhodes Chroma at
http://rhodeschroma.com.

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