NAMM 2015: Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro Reissue

US A faithful recreation of a classic - but with some interesting new features      21/01/15
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In 1975 Tom Oberheim coupled two of his SEM modules to create what would become the Two Voice - a polyphonic programmable synthesizer.

Multiple developments came in the following years to add to the power and potential of his synth, but now the new Two Voice Pro has brought even more updates.

An updated mini sequencer, a built-in patch bay, and the ability to store sequences in flash memory (and add 2, 3, or 4-way ratcheting) are just a few examples.

The retail price of the reissue is $3495, and Oberheim's company Marion Systems claim the key focus has first and foremost been on creating a faithful reissue of the original Two Voice.

Hear it in action in the video above.




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