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  Opera 6 synth At a Glance
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arrowUser rating: 3.8/5 |  Read reviews (8)
Juha-Pekka Lehtonen (johlju-7@student.luth.se) writes:
The synth has 12 DCO¥s and 6 VCO¥s. The DCO¥s can have any combination of sawtooth and pulse. The tree LFO¥s can control DCO, VCO or both. There is keyboard- tracking and a ADSR that can be set to control VCF, VCA or both. The filter is selfoscillating. The keyboard can control VCA, VCF or both, and works fine. This synth, I think, is a much better deal than a Juno- 106 and it¥s much better on stange noises than the latter. However, It¥s sound is more smooth and soft, and you can¥t that easy make drum-sounds.

Comments About the Sounds:
Whith 3 LFO¥s you can make a lot of beautiful effects. The pads are very useable, due to my opinion, and the bass- sound can surely be used by any dance-music-freak.

(Thanks to Juha-Pekka Lehtonen for this info.)
and Mк I for the pic

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