There is a list of the used instruments on the "Revolutions" album by Jean-Michel Jarre. Its inside the front cover. The text contains the following instruments (and two choirs): "Roland D50, Roland D550, Fairlight CMI II, Fairlight CMI III, Synthex, AKS, Oscar, EMS Vocoder, Dynacord ADDI, Cristal Baschet, AKAI MPC-60, Emulator, Ensoniq ESQ1, ARP 2600, Kawai K5, Geiss Matrisequencer, Cavagnolo MIDY 20, Elka, AMK 800, Drums, Simmons SDX, Bass, Trumpet, Megaphone, Guitar, Choir." Cd cover can bee seen at http://www.45worlds.com/cdalbum/cd/8370982more
The OSCar is a classic mono-synth from British manufacturer Oxford Synthesiser Company (OSC). It came in 1983 and though it was in the same class as the Arp Odyssey and Minimoog mono-synths, its late arrival makes it one of the more advanced programmable mono-synths of its time! It's got a really cool sound, digitally controlled dual oscillators with analog filters, and plenty of programmability all packed into a quirky little plastic case with 37 keys. MIDI also appeared on later revisions as well.
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