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Syntheziser CRB computer band
CRB computer band

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The CRB computer band is one of the rarest instruments ever made. A complete rhythm drum computer with 20 different rhythms (made of presets), a double octave bass line synthesizer and four different sections: one for bass (double bass, bass guitar, and tuba) , two different 'chord' section accompaniment, and an arpeggio presets section. all of them with single decay and volume action. It was made by the Italian company CRB as a full compact musical instrument by itself.
Very well made (Supposedly by the end of the decade of the '70s) and heavy weight (aprox. 13kg) Only few units made and almost impossible to find in any condition.

Type: Analog, Digital
Synthesis: Divide Down, Subtractive
Oscillators: 4
Waveforms: Square
Osc Modulation: Keyboard, LFO
Envelopes: 3
Evelope Paramerters: Decay
LFO: 0
Polyphony & Tuning
Polyphony: 4
Timbrality: 4
Tuning: Standard
Modes: Polyphonic
Patches ROM: 14
Storage: Internal
+ Modes: Up, Down,
+ 20 preset patterns
+ 9 Percussion sounds
Case: Keyboard
Keyboard: 25 keys, Non-weighted, Plastic
Controls: Buttons, Knobs, Sliders, Switches, Pitch -Wheel, Pedal - Control, Arpeggiator
Display Type: LED
Weight: 13 kg
Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack, Stereo Main
Audio Output Count: 2
Power: 220V AC
Year Released: 1978

>>Super rare and only maybe 3 to 4 ever produced.. Units Made: 3/4?<<

I wish there was a demo video for this machine.. but as it's so unheard of, none exist!
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