Here are the analog synthesizers I'll be playing.
The Arp Odyssey Mk III. This is one bad little synthesizer, featuring a duo-phonic keyboard. The oscillators
can be split by playng two notes. This particular Odyssey has been modified with a CAE 4035 filter replacing the Arp 4075.
This one is a bass monster with the famous ladder clone filter Arp breifly produced.
The Korg MS-20 is a heavyweight among 2 oscillator mono synthesizers. Featuring two voltage controlled filters
in series, high-pass then low-pass. And a modular like patch matrix on the right panel, the MS-20 can come up with some very
The Oberheim Two-voice. Two synthesizers in one, along with an on-board mini sequencer. Based on the amazingly
thick sounding SEM (Synthesizer Expander Module). This somewhat rare synthesizer is about as complete as one could be
in the late 70's. The SEM's featured two syncable oscillators with a 2-pole variable filter with low-pass,high-pass,band-pass
and notch filter response. Unbelieveable bass, almost Moog Modular like.
The Opus 3 featurs a genuine Moog ladder filter with a full polyphonic oscillator section. This Opus
3 has been modified with an external audio input and CV input to the voltage controlled filter. Since the Opus 3 has stereo
output, the string section is set to the left output, then loops back into the external audio in for filter sweeps of the
string section. The filter CV is set to sync to the sequencers with a sample and hold signal from the Oberhiem two-voice.
The Voyager is the modern day Minimoog, featuring patch memory, a center mounted touch pad, and classic
The Moog Voyager PE will also double as a MIDI controller via the Kurzwiel ribbon to the computer with the