The Return of a Legend

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The Return of a Legend

Post by mikewelch7 » Thu Aug 13, 2009 7:12 am

Many of you are already aware through topics on this forum, or through Matrixsynth, that Tom Oberheim is back in the business of producing analog synthesizers. He is planning to release a slightly modernized version of the historic SEM module.

Through an email exchange, Tom informs me that he'll be delivering his first batch of units at the end of September. I ordered #22 today through Audiomidi.com, his distributor.

The SEM will come in three versions:

- version 1: SEM analog module with Midi to CV converter for modern Midi-based systems

- version 2: SEM analog module with patchpanel for systems which can supply an appropriate control voltage and gate or trigger signal

- version 3: SEM module alone, without case, power supply or interface module

http://www.audiomidi.com/Synthesizer-Ex ... 12455.aspx
http://www.audiomidi.com/Synthesizer-Ex ... 12454.aspx
http://www.audiomidi.com/Synthesizer-Ex ... 12456.aspx

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Re: The Return of a Legend

Post by nathanscribe » Thu Aug 13, 2009 8:59 am

We know.

See here.

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