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  Multiman At a Glance
Click for larger view arrowReleased: 80's??!  Specifications
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luciano p. writes:
The Multiman is a very particular instrument.An half way between an analog synth and a 'sample in memory' keyboard.It has preset sound including piano, brass,clavi,violin and cello.This sound can be added to the "patch" you sound with individual sliders.For example you can do a patch with "top sliders" cello 1/2 brass and a bit of bass.Altought the keyboard can be splitted but you can't save the patch.It's very very easy to use and to change the sound. This is a preset-based machine so ,in the long period can be annoing but the quality of the sound is good if you want a retro atmosphere to your music.I like it becouse I am a fan of Air and with it you can produce some thing in the Air style(or it is so to my ears!).

Comments About the Sounds:
retro-worm but with a very limitated range

(Thanks to luciano p. for this info.)
and Wolf for the pic

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