Oberheim Ob-8 c 1984 MIDI w/ Page 2 SN C50511

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"Original vintage c 1984 Oberheim ob-8 in absolutely stunning, perfect functional condition, WITH midi AND page two functionality. You will not find her better. Just the most massive, deep, fattest and nerdiest big boy analog synthesizer ever."

Improvisation with Polymoog

Published on Jan 13, 2018

"Here some improvisation with the Polymoog. I bought the Polymoog 203A in the beginning of 2016 in a not working condition. Since then I replaced and fixed lots of components. Big thanks to Jareth for the occasional support. But last year I was stuck with the repairs because I could not get the 2 reference oscillators properly working. Thanks to Eric van Baaren (aka

Duophonic ARP Odyssey Jam

Published on Jan 12, 2018 spoinkel

"I found a duophonic sweet spot on my new Korg ARP Odyssey and had to make a new gear video immediately. Excuse the amount of hair.

Strings: Roland JX3p.
Pad: Oberheim Matrix 1000.
Lead: Moog Slim Phatty.
Drums: Vermona DRM1 Mk3 and MAM ADX1.
2nd Lead: Yamaha CS01.
Delay: Strymon Timeline.
Spring reverb: Knas Moisturizer.
Sequenced on Cirklon."

Oberheim Four Voice FVS-1 SEM

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"As you can see from the pictures, a MediaMix aftermarket kit was installed in this synth. The kit features 3 separate master CV (control voltage) adjustment knobs connected to each SEM, a knob to adjust pitch bend intensity, and a knob to adjust VCF bend intensity. Pitch bend is on the X axis and Filter CV (control voltage) is on the Y axis. The small switches turn on and

Oberheim Matrix 6R Analog Synthesizer SN K63 0368

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"This Oberheim Matrix 6R is very clean. Barely used since it's original purchase date of May 15th 1986 (shown on warranty card). Comes with original Owner's manual. No A/C power cable."

Oberheim 6 and Rain OB-6

Published on Jan 8, 2018 Ron Millar

"Sometimes you just gotta synth"

Behringer Announces the UB-Xa - Oberheim OB-Xa Desktop Clone

Note this is likely more than a year out.

Per Uli Behringer:

"As many of you know, synths have been my passion for the past 40 years. Sometime ago I have set the goal for Behringer to bring back some of the loved analog synth jewels from the past.

Please allow me to share some thoughts with you and apologies if this is a longer thread.

Does this make any commercial sense?

Every company has

Treat Yourself :)