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Schmidt Eightvoice Analog Synthesizer Is Back!

If you got the money Schmidt-Synthesizer just announced another run of their limited available Eightvoice Analog Synthesizer and its shipping either black or white. The choice is yours. Read more below.

LANGENAU, GERMANY: Schmidt-Synthesizer, manufacturers of the no-expense-spared name Schmidt Eightvoice Analog Synthesizer thoroughbred, is proud to reveal that it is taking orders on a third set of 25 units– with future accessibility in both white as well as black color finishes– since September 15 …

That no-expense-spared Schmidt Eightvoice Analog Synthesizer was, without doubt, a showstopper when name software and hardware designer Stefan Schmidt’s handmade first prototype device debuted at Musikmesse 2011 in Frankfurt, Germany. Ultimately sustained by e: m: c (electronic music components)– German distributor of several vital digital music tool brand names (including Mellotron, Moog, as well as Vintage Vibe), Stefan Schmidt’s ‘desired device made it right into production as a sound developer’s dream– albeit bravely constructed as a limited 25-unit set of exactly what was quite perhaps the most costly analogue eight-voice polyphonic synthesizer the world had yet seen and heard! Nonetheless, a general eye its intricate four-oscillator structure plainly convinced even the most knowledgeable synth heads that the Schmidt Eightvoice Analog Synthesizer can produce intricate timbres that go way beyond the capacities of traditional analog synths, so Schmidt-Synthesizer’s very first set (gradually) sold out … onwards and upwards, inevitably, a 2nd 25-unit set was billed as being the last.

Price €19,900.00 EUR (including German VAT) for a black unit, with white weighing priced at €20,900.00 EUR (including German VAT)

Find out more here.

Orders are taken here: info@emc-de.com

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