The electronic musical instrument KORG is a limited reprint of the ARP 2600 released in 1971 and used by many artists. There are three types of ARP 2600 depending on the age, but the reprinted model adopts the gray color that is the mid-term model. The internal circuitry reproduces the original circuitry of the ARP 2600 with respect to Alan R. Perlman, the founder of ARP, who died just one year ago at the age of 93. Three oscillators with sawtooth, square, triangle, sine, and pulse function as audio sources and LFOs. There is also a low pass filter, noise generator, ring modulator, spring reverb tank, etc. It also has two envelope generators that control attack time, decay time, sustain level and release time.
The filters of the ARP 2600 are roughly divided into two generations, but this ARP 2600 FS has both filter circuits and can be used by switching with the TYPE switch.
The original features include a 49-key 3620 duophonic keyboard with aftertouch, a dedicated LFO, an arpeggiator, and a sequencer mode that lets you enter and play patterns. For input and output, a 5-pin MIDI IN / OUT / THRU connector and USB-MIDI are also available.
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ARP 2600 reprint, KORG ARP 2600 FS, ARP 2600 It is scheduled to be released from late January 2020 under the supervision of developer David Friend. Although it is an open price, the assumed market price is 336,000 yen.
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