The 184 was one modular polyphonic keyboard, there were a few others, notably the Emu modulars. AG is correct though, as they were digitally scanned to get polyphonic voices. I would suspect the Roland 184 with it's auto arpeggio function and selectable assign mode, would also be digitally scaned to get the CV outs as well. The Emu design was licenced to Oberheim and used in thier 4 voice and Sequential for the P5.hfinn wrote: Behold, the Roland 184 4CV keyboard. Designed for use with the Roland System 100, although you can use it with most anything. I have a friend who has one connected to a full system 700.
I seem to remember one other modular polyphonic with CV outs for 8 voices with velocity, was the Polyfusion 2058. But who would have such an obscure controller?
Getting back to the 2600, I missed the boat when they were going for $2600.00 US a while back. I kept bidding just under 2 bills for the ones that looked nice but were not fully functional. Plus I was looking for a black and orange 2600. Those days are gone. I guess my black and orange Oddy with the CAE4035 filter will have to do for now.