MATRIXSYNTH: Solton TS4K (1989) - Synth and Drums

Sunday, December 27, 2020

Solton TS4K (1989) - Synth and Drums

via this auction

"This example is incredibile, near mint and it even comes with its original volume pedal: fully working with a new fresh battery just replaced in November 2020! Cosmetically it’s perfect, only the white keys are slightly yellowed (it’s almost imperceptible, but it is important for us to highlight everything). :)

Derived from the same project of Solton Programmer 24, the TS4K has the same analog fat sounds, programmable patterns and separate outputs for the bass and drum parts.

Fingered playing with styles and auto-accompaniment but also recording with quantizes from 4 to 96 resolution and variable time signature. There are several preset functions for live play!


- 49 velocity keys

- 16 x 2 LCD display, 48 buttons and 13 sliders for mixing parts control

- Pitchbender on top left

- Midi interface (midi clock is possible)
- headphones + main analog out + bass individual out
- 7 outs for drum section
- 2 custom connectors for pedal controls (pedals not included)
- 2 pedalswitch inputs for start/stop and fill-in (pedals not included)


- auto bass
- custom arranger
- patch change
- manual drums (triggers with notes)
- odd bass 16/8 feet
- tempo change
- memory save
- custom variation
- intro fill in-end


- BASS: features 16 different presets e.g slap, picked, sixties, fingered. With BASS BRILLANCE which is a kind of filter EQ.

- CHORD 1: there are 32 patches e.g strings, EP, grand piano, fiddle, organ, choir, brass, pads... You can filter it with CHORD BRILLANCE function.

- CHORD 2: another wave of 32 patches: marimba, piano, funky, mellow, clarinet, flute, harmonica, guitar, bell.

You can mix sounds between bass, chord 1 and chord 2 to create incredible new sounds!

- DRUMS: 7 channels with individual gain and outs for a total of 43 percussions sounds samples. Some drum functions like ROLL and FLAME. Drums includes: kick, snare, hit hat, ride, tambourine, toms, shaker-maracas.

This is your chance to get your hands on a truly legendary italo disco machine. Very hard to let this one go, but it's not getting enough use and it's just time to move on."

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