Analog Synthesizer SX-150 Mark II

November 29, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

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Hotblack Desiato, Figrin D’an, some members of the Hong Kong Cavaliers – all these folks have one thing in common: the love of analog synthesizers. Sure the tech might have been a little different long, long ago or far in the future, but the principles of wave generation and alteration has been a staple of electronic music ever since, well, it was invented. And now you can leap into the electronic dance party with your very own Analog Synthesizer SX-150 Mark II.

The Analog Synthesizer SX-150 Mark II is quite an advanced little synth. With ten controllable parameters, line in and out, and a four octave range, you’re gonna love it. The Analog Synthesizer SX-150 Mark II uses an electrode stylus to play tones, and you can even overlay a keyboard to play exact notes (see link below). We want to write more for you, but we need to go jam now. With our Analog Synthesizer SX-150 Mark II, that is.

For some additional info on how this synth works click here. It’s an instruction manual for the previous version of the SX-150, but it still has some awesome info at the bottom.

Also, for a printable keyboard overlay (it goes between the screws) click here. Just stick in place and tune up a note and you’re ready to go.

Analog Synthesizer SX-150 Mark II

  • Fully-functional analog synthesizer, ready to help you rock the world.
  • Four octave range.
  • Achieve vibrato, tremolo, and “wah” effect with VCF and LFO buttons.
  • 10 Parameters to control: cutoff, resonance, attack, decay, pitch ENV, LFO wave, LFO rate, LFO depth, VCF modulation, and LFO modulation.
  • Tunable to play nice with other instruments.
  • Line in and line out (standard 3.5mm headphone jack size) to expand your synth voice.
  • Batteries: 4 AA (not included)
  • Dimensions: approx. 6.5″ x 4.75″ x 1.5″

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