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The Septavox synth has 41 keys, 7 synth modes and 7 tones. With the seven modes and seven tones there are 49 possible sound settings, each one easily remembered as two color combinations: red and yellow, blue and white, and so on. Other features include: built-in 3" speaker, MIDI In/Out, 1/4" output jack and powered by 4 'AA' batteries!
Third Man Store: The Septavox synthesizer, designed specifically for Third Man Records, has 41 keys, 7 modes, 7 tones. One button selects the synth mode, and one button selects the tone. Each button has a LED indicating the setting. With the seven modes and seven tones there are 49 possible sound settings, each one easily remembered as two color combinations: red and yellow, blue and white, and so on: All metal (aluminum) powder coated enclosure: 18.875" x 3.5" x 2.125" (length, width, height (including knobs) Available colors: Matte Black enclosure, yellow knobs with black pointers; Yellow enclosure, black knobs with yellow pointers Weight: 2.0 lbs (no batteries) 3W speaker (3" diameter) 41 keys (~3.5 octaves) 1/4" monophonic output jack MIDI In & Out Jacks Four control knobs: Parameter Knob 1, Parameter Knob 1, Tuning, Volume Seven Modes (LED indicates mode): Vibrato, Slide, Two-Octave Arpeggiator, Swell, Octave Cascade, Slicer, Pipe Glide Seven Tones (LED indicates tone): Dirty Sine, Sine, Electric Organ, Square Wave, Sawtooth, Dirty Square, Computer
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