Tom Oberheim SON OF 4 VOICE

What’s better than one Oberheim SEM analog synthesizer? Four of course. There’s usually a catch to something as great as the new Tom Oberheim Son Of 4 Voice and there is: $3500. Skip the monthly Mercedes Benz lease payment and grab one of these.

“100% discrete analog … absolutly no custom chips. SO4V can be used as a 4-voice polyphonic synth or as 4 individual synths under MIDI control. Two SO4Vs can be ganged together to create an 8-voice.” – Gearjunkies.com

For more info: tomoberheim.com

via Matrixsynth

7 Comments

  1. now that’s just pornographic. *waves finger*

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    1. Certainly is… almost X-rated really.

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  2. honestly. Who buys this shit?

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  3. People who know – they are the ones who buy the real deal.

    Pure sex.

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  4. I want it buy it but first I need a job ^.^

    I will layer my beloved SEM Pro in the meantime. These are lifelasting musical investments like a good guitar or piano. Not tha you can’t make good music without them, they are simply a joy to hear, play, twist and squeeze. And I don’t think they can be digitally duplicated in a satisfactory way yet.

    I love digital synths, fx …etc they all have their place.

    I:B

    BTW, the Oberheim 2Voice is going to be released very soon !!!
    Along with the Sub Phatty, mini MS20, EH 8 Step analog sequencer, Analog Four, Akai MAX… Etc it’s part of the new true analog wave. Lovable.

    Now if only Mr oberheim would reissue the OB X

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    1. Keep an eye on Analog Solutions… I think he’s doing a 4 voice SEM clone that probably will cost less.

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      1. Very nice to hear that!!
        May be “Tom or Tom” could think of a new version of the OB-X as well…

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