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  Syrinx At a Glance
Click for larger view arrowReleased: 1980  Specifications
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Marc Paping writes:
The only Dutch synthesizer to be produced commercially. USA distribution by Bob Moog. The sounds are more complex than usual with analog synths because there are three VCF's that can be patched in four different ways. The synth is very complete with sub-octave, 3 sync-modes, 2 LFO's and 2 ADSR's. In all there well over 40 controls, making it hard to reproduce sounds made earlier. A limited re-issue was made in 1995. Of these, three units are in USA, two in England, and one in the Netherlands. This model has no keyboard

Comments About the Sounds:
The sounds have a "lush" quality if 2-LFO PWM is used

(Thanks to Marc Paping for this info.)

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