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 Anatek SMP-16 At a Glance  
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arrowReleased: around 1990  arrowVersion: 0.00
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Sevo Stille writes:
Probably the MIDI router/crossbar with most features thrown in. Besides routing, the MIDI section offers either a two in one merger, or two MIDI filters/processors. Merge and filter properties similar to Akai, Roland and other MIDI patchbays of the same vintage. Big display, all panel controllable.

Unique are a MIDI controlled 16x16 audio patchbay, and a interface on which you can hook up six standard faders and assign them to CCs.

Good Points
Easy handling, reliability, versatility, programmable audio patchbay.
Bad Points
No PC editing software, only one two-in-one merger and that one will only operate alternatively to the filters. No support, as Anatek moved out of Music hardware a long time ago.

 Anatek SMP-16 Specifications:

Digital IOs:

Analog IOs:
16x16 audio patchbay
Midi IOs:
6+1 in, 8+1 out, Mac MIDI interface
Other IOs:
SMPTE interface, 6 fader inputs
Software supported:
MAC and Atari editors

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