Roland MC-202 Microcomposer w/ Kenton Pro-2000 Midi Sync Unit

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- Fully working and recently serviced.
- Amazing analog sound - nothing like it apart from the classic SH-101 - best sub bass and acid sounds this side of a TB-303.
- Retrofit conversion to allow full control of note, pitch, length and velocity via four additional ports - this allows the original microcomposer element to be bypassed (if you wish, the microcomposer


Published on Oct 11, 2017 zack dagoba

"My new Korg Sigma. I wanted to try sequencing it, and as I don't have an appropriate Hz-to-Volt analog sequencer (mine are all Volt-per-Octave) I had to rig up a really cumbersome workaround. This involved using the Moog 960 sequencer to output V/Oct CV out to the Kenton CV-to-MIDI converter which output MIDI to the Future Retro Mobius sequencer MIDI input


Published on Aug 17, 2017 zack dagoba

"Re-animating an Akai S612 with the amazing Hideaway Studios Front Panel Animator modification. Here I am playing the Buchla Easel into the S612 and using the Emu Modular to sequence notes. I am also sending sample start and end modulations from the Emu sequencer to the Akai via the Kenton CV to MIDI converter. See http://myblogitsfullofstars.blogspot....

kenton cv to midi

Published on Jul 22, 2017 zack dagoba

"Kenton Pro CV to MIDI converter. Using an SH101 to send CV to the midi in of an AKAI S612 vintage sampler. It works!!! See http://myblogitsfullofstars.blogspot.... for more"

Roland TR-808 with Kenton MIDI

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"Roland TR-808 in very good condition, with Kenton MIDI (in, out & thru). Just serviced, with new PSU capacitors, cleaned and fully calibrated."

On a Moog couch no less.


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"Comes with Kenton Pro Solo CV to Midi converter with 2x 1/8' cables."

Kenton Celebrates 30th Anniversary as MIDI Solutions Specialist Par Excellence

"LONDON, UK: MIDI solutions specialist Kenton is proud to be celebrating its 30th anniversary — around 11,000 days since founder John K. Price began by building a cost-effective and well-specified MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) for his beloved 1979-vintage Oberheim OB-X programmable analogue polysynth to allow it to successfully communicate with the outside musical world — as of

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