Here I sell sometimes gear from my own collection. There is always just one available and if it is sold it will not be available again.
The items are sold without an invoice. If you need an invoice there will be 21% VAT added to the price.
Contact me for more information.


ELECTRIX FILTERQUEEN
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€100,-
I always loved my FILTERQUEEN! It has a warm fat sound and you can control the filter with CV via the expression input on the back.
It has an enveloppe follower which works amazing on drums and sounds with a fast attack and it's own internal LFO.
If you don't have the money for a Sherman Filterbank than this little queen can give you as much joy as well! Just put an overdrive/distortion pedal in front of the unit and you can get this typical Filterbank sound but for a fraction of the cost.


KORG MS2000R
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€275,-

This beauty from Korg combines state of the art analog physical modeling synth sounds with a very vintage Korg appearance. 

Programming seems just about as classic as its look. The two oscillators offer up to eight waveforms plus noise. A great self-oscillating filter section provides 12dB high and band pass filtering and switchable 12 or 24dB low pass filtering. A typical set of Envelopes modulate the filter and amplifier. Extensive modulation is provided by the two LFOs. A 16-band Vocoder section is also on-board and it does an excellent job! There are also on-board effects which include chorus, flange, phaser, delay, distortion and EQ. It also features a "Modulation Sequence" mode which is a 16-step pattern or sequence you create in either step- or real-time and any tweaking or editing can also be recorded into the pattern to add movement to it. The MS2000 is a very well designed and flexible synth with a look and functionality that not only honors but transcends its classic predecessors. It is used by BT, Depeche Mode, Apollo 440, The Crystal Method, Placebo, the Faint, Royksopp, Adrian Belew, Jean-Jacques Perrey, Saga, Klaus Schulze, Rick Wakeman, Yes, Yesterdays, Keith Emerson and Snoop Dogg.


KORG ER1
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€200,-

"Korg has created the ultimate analog beat machine. Simply by tweaking the knobs on the ELECTRIBE R, you have unlimited control over all the elements that make up the sounds - like pitch, modulation depth, waveform shape and much more. Drop these sounds into the built-in sequencer and you've got unique rhythms with your own creative signature. And with the ELECTRIBE R, you can hear every change you make as it happens, allowing you to mold the groove on the fly."

"The built-in step sequencer's 16 pad keys make it easy for you to produce rhythms from the sounds you create. Each pad keys lights up so you can easily see what rhythm a part is programmed to play. Plus, you can play in beats in real-time using the 12 trigger pads. Four of the pads are assignable to any analog modeling sound you come up with, two are reserved for controlling sounds accessed through the audio input, and the other four permanently control the indispensable PCM sounds. So you can tailor your own custom "kits" to fit each musical situation."

"To add even more life to your patterns you can record the real-time movement of any of the ELECTRIBE R's oscillator, amp or effect parameters as a Motion Sequence. This lets you change your sounds as your groove progresses in a way that more traditional drum machines just can't match! Plus, every sound or rhythm you create can be stored as a pattern that includes your knob movements. And you can save up to 256 1 to 4-bar patterns in internal memory."

The ElecTribes are used by Orbital, Cirrus, Dan Hekate, Saulaterre, The Prodigy, YB70, 69db, MDFMK, Crystal Distortion, the Crystal Method, Massive Attack, and the Chemical Brothers.


YAMAHA CS01
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€225,-
The CS01 is a classic analog monosynth from Yamaha. It is a fat little bass machine with simple controls. In a nutshell, the CS01 is simple to use and edit but still has some great features for any situation. It's tiny and portable, it has baby-sized keys and it can run on batteries..

As for sounds and synthesizing, the CS01 is the perfect monosynth for bubbly and growling bass! It features a very nice 12dB resonant voltage-controlled filter. In addition to the oscillators' sine and square type waveforms there is PWM and noise. There are also LFO controls, glissando (like portamento), a typical ADSR envelope generator, pitch & mod wheels and even a breath controller input.

The CS01 may look simple or toy-like but it is still able to create cool little analog bass blips, bass lines and bass bubbles that are just perfect for today's electronic musicians. It has been used by the Dust Brothers, Underworld, OMD, Richard Barbieri and Chick Corea.


BOSS VT-1
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€175,-
The VT-1 Voice Transformer is like a simple modern-day Vocoder + Harmonizer. It is an amazing creative tool. The VT-1 will perform such effects as de-tuning, +/- 1 octave pitch shifting, formant shifting and it has built-in digital reverb. There are four prominent sliders for the aforementioned effects. And the Robot button does in fact produce a somewhat vocoder-like sound by fixing the pitch of your voice and fuzzing it. Using the Robot effect in conjunction with the formant and pitch sliders can get some pretty weird vocoder sounds. While the VT-1 is focussed on voice transforming using the mic-input I love feeding loops and sounds from my modular through the VT-1.
Apollo 440 used it for all vocals on "Stop the Rock".


SIEL EX-80
€200,-
Module released as an expansion of the Italian synthesizer SIEL DK-80 technically slimmed-down, but keeping same synthesis structure.
The Siel DK-80 is an odd synth that could be said to bridge the gap between low end mid-eighties Roland and Sequential type synthesizers. It is an analog synth with digital control. Parameters are edited one at a time and via membrane push buttons and all parameters are realtime edited via MIDI-CC.
It is used by Eat Static


KORG KAOSS PAD QUAD
€150,-

Create your own combination of Kaoss effects, and simultaneously control up to four effects using a single fingertip! As suggested by the name "Quad", it lets you use up to four effects simultaneously. The expressive performance potential that arises from the Kaoss Pad Quad leaves other effect units in the dust, and rapidly approaches the realm of an "instrument".


KORG MONOTRIBE
€150,-
The Korg Monotribe is an all-analog synth, sequencer, and drum machine. The unit features the sequencing functions of its Electribe predecessors. The oscillator is bright, raspy, and buzzy. The filter growls, gurgles, and howls; and the sequencer is a blast to play with.
And although this unit has not been used a lot and still is in excelent condition, the monotribe urges to be hacked and is a perfect basis for some proper modding...


VOCALSIST VL3D
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€75,-
The Vocalist Live 3 Desktop (VL3D) is a powerful but easy to use intelligent
vocal harmony processor. Armed with the musIQ® harmony generation technology, the VL3D combines studio-quality audio performance, state of the art
vocal processing and an easy to use control interface.
The VL3D provides the flexibility to allow musIQ technology to automatically
generate two Harmony Voices, to manually produce up to four Harmony Voices
in MIDI Notes mode, or to manually define the key and scale for the Harmony
Voices in instrument-free Acappella mode. In addition, the VL3D offers Pitch
Correction, Gender Shifting, and Humanize functions too.
With 5 available patches to save harmony configurations, four vocal Pre-Effects,
pitch correction, three room sizes of reverb and a guitar tuner all packed into
a sleek and stylish die cast metal desktop form factor, the VL3D ensures an
enjoyable and streamlined harmony and vocal processing experience for a wide
range of applications.


INTERACTIVE LIGHT DIMENSION BEAM
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€100,- (SUPER RARE!!!)
Before Roland acquired the technology and re-branded it "D-Beam", Interactive Light released the far more advanced Dimension Beam. Completely programmable and can be setup up to send any midi controller messages you desire within the beam field on an X/Y access.

From the top panel, the unit generates an invisible light-field -- the 'Beam' -- and any movement that occurs within this field triggers a MIDI output which can then be sent to a sequencer or keyboard. A wide range of messages can be programmed, including controller information, as well as standard note data.