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Prophet 5 Vintage

Sequential Circuit - Prophet 5 Prophet 5 Rev.2 vintage from the American brand SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS, everything works perfectly. A very beautiful and mythical machine. Opportunity verified by Zicplace. Very good condition. Magic. Sequential Circuit's Prophet 5, created by Dave Smith, produces a fascinating analog sound in a dreamlike body with a case that combines wood and steel. Even with sounds stored as presets, which can be easily modified after calling them, you can still recognize mythical sounds from Pink Floyd albums, the intro to "One of my Turns", etc. A lot of presence, a violent Unison mode that we like to listen to and let run, just press one of the 61 keys and wait for the hair to rise on your body. The presets offer very different sounds, tablecloths, organs, basses, sound effects that we like or not, but it has become a legend with its strings and basses. There were 3 models that we spot with the serial numbers: the Rev.1 a little unstable that we don't like to have in return workshop in after-sales service, the Rev. 2 reputed to have a "better sound", and the Rev. 3. At first use, we see that it has some in the stomach with its 2 VCO, and we turn the potentiometers slightly. In Rev. 2 there is a key to tune it, and a key that outputs an A 440Hz. Funny but also necessary because analog is more unstable than digital. Requires some output effects because the vintage machine does not have them, unlike the recent Prophet 6.






Moog One 8v

The ultimate Moog synthesizer - a tri-timbral, polyphonic, analog dream-synth designed to inspire imagination, stimulate creativity, and unlock portals to vast new realms of sonic potential. The first polyphonic analog synthesizer from Moog in more than three decades, Moog One is the culmination of years of research and has been developed to exceed principal expectations of a polyphonic Moog instrument.Moog One’s polyphonic sound engine is built on the most powerful synthesizer architecture ever employed by a Moog instrument. Per voice, Moog One offers 3 newly-designed analog VCOs, 2 independent analog filters, a dual source analog noise generator, analog mixer with external audio input, 4 LFOs, and 3 envelopes. To deliver an infinitely inspiring performance experience, each of the three timbres can be easily split or layered across Moog One’s expressive 61-note keyboard, each with its own sequencer, arpeggiator, and onboard effects library--including a suite of professional reverbs from Eventide®. Secured in a hand-finished Ash cabinet and aluminum enclosure, Moog One’s front panel is equipped with 73 knobs and 144 buttons, inviting physical connection with every sound shaping and performance control. Extended functionality is easily accessed via a per-module “More” button that brings additional parameters into focus using the Moog One center-panel LCD to ensure the most transparent and expedient sound creation experience possible. Moog One is an unprecedented conduit for the expression of your own creative voice. Sculpt, shape, and transform your own sound with nearly infinite possibilities.  







Semi-Modular Analog Percussion Synthesizer and a vibrant deviation from the traditional drum machine. Handcrafted in Asheville, NC by the employee-owners at the Moog Factory, DFAM is the first addition to the Mother-32 family of synthesizers and presents an expressive hands-on approach to percussive pattern creation. It requires no patching, and absolutely no experience is needed for human-beings of any age to quickly begin synthesizing new and unique rhythmic compositions. Activated by an easy-to-use analog sequencer, DFAM’s emotive sound begins with a white noise generator and two wide-range analog oscillators. Oscillator hard sync and FM cross-modulation invite effortless transitions between rhythmic pulsations, resounding bass and resonant bells in an instant. DFAM’s distinctive voice is then shaped by a versatile Moog Ladder filter with two selectable modes: Low Pass mode imparts impact and dimension to each sound it touches, while High Pass mode opens the door to naturally expressive strikes, spikes and clangorous accentuations. DFAM behaves much like a living organism, reacting in different ways to different individuals. This is due to 3 dedicated analog envelopes working dynamically with the sequencer to ensure that tribal toms breathe, industrial impacts evolve, and cacophonous chaos can be spawned or subdued at the turn of a knob. Each DFAM ships with a package of Moog patch cables that unlock access to the 24-point modular patchbay. Use it to create new sounds or bizarre behaviors, synchronize an unlimited number of DFAM and Mother-32 units together, or fully integrate your analog instrument into a modular Eurorack production environment. Through exploration and experimentation, the vast potential of this expressive analog instrument is realized.  




The ORLA Stage Starter Black is an Italian digital piano amplified in stereo for beginner, conservatory or self-taught use, with a high quality 88-key keyboard mechanism weighted with hammer mechanism as on a real acoustic piano. It can also be used as a master or stage keyboard. It features 16 different quality sounds that are easily selected with a combination of keys: Grand Piano (grand piano), Upright Piano (upright piano), Electric Piano (electric piano for modern blues, rock or pop compositions), Harpsi, Slow Strings, Fast Strings, Vocals (hearts), Brass (brass section), Nylon Guitar (classical guitar), Church Organ, Chapel Organ, Jazz Organ, Grand Piano mode mixed with a string layer, Grand Piano mode split with a string layer, electric piano mode split with a string layer, and finally classical guitar mode mixed with a string sound. A USB port allows you to connect it to a computer with the MIDI standard. It has a metronome with click and measure, perfect for piano studies from beginner to intermediate level. This eliminates the need to purchase a separate metronome. It has 2 headphone outputs, 2 pedal inputs, a stereo audio input to listen to the sound of a song, for example with a phone or MP3 player, and play at the same time. Another atypical didactic function: this keyboard allows you to play in TWIN mode with your teacher, at the same pitch. Very useful for courses. It is possible to add 2 sounds in a single layer or to split the keyboard in two with an instrument on the left in the bass and another on the right (split).  A keyboard key is used to select a more or less brilliant sound (Tone Control). Depending on your game and strength, it is possible to choose a sensitivity of 3 levels (Hard, Normal, or Soft). By default, the Piano sound is selected at a normal velocity. A chorus effect and 3 different reverbs are available (Room, Hall, Theatre, Room being the default). Finally, it is possible to transpose (practical in the event of an untimely change of key in a group, especially with brass accompaniment), and to tune differently the famous "LA" of reference. Key combinations are very easily set up because they are written in white on a black background just above the keyboard. So it is not even necessary to open the operating instructions.





Trax Controls

The Trax RetroWave desktop monosynth was designed for musicians who want the warmth and power of classic analogue synthesizer sound, created by a real analogue instrument, as opposed to a digital system. It is equally at home on stage, or in the amateur or professional studio. Use it to recreate those classic synth sounds once made by Moogs, Korgs, VCS-3s, ARPs, etc., or make your own unique sound patches that are perfect for today's music. Using the RetroWave is very intuitive - just turn knobs and flip switches to get the sounds you want. Unlike a digital keyboard, you are not stuck with a set of presets to limit your creativity! Keyboard or Computer ControlPlay soaring lead lines and powerful basslines in real time, or use your computer programs and a USB to MIDI converter cable, to achieve stunning, intricate sound patterns. Connect any keyboard or sequencer with a 5-pin DIN MIDI out socket to the R-1's MIDI input socket, and you have an complete analogue synthesizer system for live gigs and recording - no MIDI setup to worry about, just plug in, select a channel and play! You can also use it free-standing to create your own electronic sound effects for TV, video, DJ events, stage plays, etc., or to expand your existing analogue synth system.   PatchingThe RetroWave's comprehensive "pot and switch" patching system lets you to set up sounds without recourse to endless menu screens. This way, you create electronic music from scratch - the way Carlos, Tomita, Jarre, Perrey and all the other pioneers did in the early days of sound synthesis. Inputs and OutputsThe rear panel has inputs for 24V dc power supply, MIDI (via 5-pin DIN socket), gate, VCO CV (control voltage), VCO PWM (pulse width modulation), VCF CV, VCA CV and external audio (all 1/4" jack sockets). Output jacks are also provided for CV, gate +5V, velocity and audio. The jack sockets can also be used in conjunction with the supplied patch lead, for extra interconnections between modules that are not catered for by the internal patching arrangement. Power Supply And AccessoriesThe unit is supplied complete with a universal 24V dc power unit that will work on any mains supply from 100 to 240V ac,. There are three interchangeable plug tops - just attach the plug pin assembly that matches your local power supply socket.   A long 1/4" (6.35mm) mono jack to jack output lead is supplied, for connection to an external audio amplifier.   A short patch lead is also included, for making extra connections between internal sections as described above, or for connecting external effects units. Case and ControlsThe retro-styled steel case has a powder-coated, black and white paint finish. The construction is solid and robust, making the unit ideal for live performance use. The controls and switches are laid out as ergonomically as possible, with plenty of space around the control knobs, making programming rapid and easy. We deliberately avoided putting any sockets on the front panel, to keep the unit neat and uncluttered when in use - let's face it, nobody needs a tangle of patch leads getting in the way when trying to set up sounds! All potentiometers are robust, full-size units, and all switches are good quality toggle type, as opposed to fragile and unreliable slide switches.





Matriarch is an analog synthesizer with an emphasis on imagination. The pinnacle of Moog’s semi-modular family of synthesizers, Matriarch’s patchable architecture and vintage Moog circuits reward open exploration with endless sonic possibilities and unparalleled analog sound.  Easily create rich harmonic shapes with up to 4 notes of paraphony that can be sequenced, saved, and shifted with Matriarch’s intuitive 256 step sequencer, or stack the analog VCOs to play on a massive 4 oscillator mono synth. With a deep assortment of synthesis modules based on Bob Moog’s original circuit designs, Matriarch’s 100% analog signal path spans a dynamic sonic vocabulary – from overdriven monophonic bass to gently evolving paraphonic plucks that cycle through waveshapes into a wash of infinite delay trails. Coupling the power of vintage stereo ladder filters, dual Envelope Generators, stereo Analog Delays, and stereo VCAs, Matriarch delivers a multidimensional sound that empowers the sonic exploration of space and time. Though Matriarch’s semi-modular design requires absolutely no patching, 90 modular patch points are easily accessible throughout the panel via the included 3.5mm patch cables. This powerful electronic instrument is a highly-versatile addition to any stage or studio that can effortlessly transform from a performance keyboard to a fully modular analog synthesizer at a moment’s notice.  In addition to its standalone function, Matriarch is also an ideal processor of external sound sources and a powerful keyboard front-end for expanding a DFAM, Mother-32, Grandmother, or Eurorack modular system.