The OB-6® is a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration between the two most influential designers in poly synth history, Dave Smith and Tom Oberheim.
The Prophet Rev2 is Dave Smith's reimagining of his Prophet '08 poly synth - a modern classic that has appeared on countless recordings and stages since its debut in 2007.
The Sequential Prophet XL is a 76-key version of the acclaimed Prophet X - a potent fusion of samples-plus-synthesis and the most ground-breaking evolution of the Prophet yet.
The Sequential Prophet X is a potent fusion of samples-plus-synthesis and is Sequential's most ground-breaking evolution of the Prophet yet.
The Sequential Pro 1 and Pro 2 mono synths achieved nearly legendary status in their time. So it was only natural that we build on their strengths with an even more worthy successor.
Features of Moog 16 Channel Vocoder offers 16 patchable bands ranging from 50 to 5,080 Hz for the optimal encoding of the fundamental spectral characteristics of the human voice.
The 11-pin and 8-pin sockets provide full connection and onboard control with Hammond Organs, while the 1/4" Audio and Footswitch jacks allow direct connection to other instruments, without the use of a cumbersome floor preamp.
The new A-162 features a powerful 150-watt onboard sound system with a compliment of five heavy-duty speakers, one of which is a 15" woofer for rich pedal/bass tones.
The Vintage System’s stand and bench feature the turned, four-poster legs of the iconic Hammond B-3, the most popular electronic keyboard of all time, and the most desired.
The XK-3c Professional System allows our single manual organ models XK-3 or XK-3c to be converted to a double-manual console-style organ without any modifications to the XK-3 or XK-3c.
The easy-to-transport Double Manual Heritage Pro retains the exact proportions of a B-3, complete with B-3 style 25 note pedalboard, swell pedal and matching bench.
The XK-1c features extensive customization capabilities, allowing the Organ to be tailored into replicating any Hammond/Leslie vintage, with all settings stored in each patch. Most common aftermarket “Hot Rod” modifications are possible within the editing facilities, as well.
The Sk1-73’s 73 note Fatar keyboard provides the proper “breathing room” for a modern keyboardist, while retaining the superior feel, light weight and small footprint of the 61-note model.
One of the most distinctive parts of the Hammond sound is the shimmering "Chorus Vibrato". It adds a silken quality to the sound by adding a second, slightly detuned pitch to the original in the Chorus Mode, and repeat-modulating the pitch slightly in Vibrato mode.