Moog Music Memorymoog 345 Synthétiseur
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Modèle:
Memorymoog 345
Date:
1982
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Description:
Programmable Polyphonic Synthesizer

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The Memorymoog is a versatile six-voice, programmable polyphonic Synthesizer with the classic Moog sound, housed in an anodized aluminum cabinet trimmed with selected walnut. All Memorymoog functions are under the control of a 2-80 micro-computer which continually monitors the soundpath, responding to all performer input through the Keyboard, panel controls, foot pedals and system Controller. The front-panel settings are stored as a •program*. The Memorymoog will remember 100 programs. These are stored and recalled by the system Controller, which is used to access all special functions of the Memorymoog. In addition, 20 program chains - sets of 10 programs - can be stored and stepped through forward or back with footswitches for fast onstage voice changes. Two programmable foot pedal inputs provide control of volume, pitch, filter cutoff frequency, modulation amount and sync sweep, allowing the performer to keep both hands on the Keyboard. The routing and settings of these pedals are programmable. Different Keyboard modes may be selected through the system controller. The modes are: 1. CYCLIC - the first key played is sounded by voice A, the second key, voice B, etc. 2. CYCLIC WITH MEMORY: similar to #1 except that a repeated key will not be reassigned. 3. RESET: any single key will be assigned to voice A (this mode will behave like a monophonic Keyboard on individual lines). 4. RESET WITH MEMORY -similar to *3, but with memory function described in #2. In monophonic performance, the number of active voices (one to six) may be selected to be played in unison. The Keyboard priority (low-note, high-note, or last-note-played) may also be selected. Glide may be activated in either the monophonic or polyphonic modes of operation. The Memorymoog operates* in a continuous edit state; setting of any control may be instantly changed by moving that control. When editing, the alphanumeric display shows both the memorized value of the control and the edited value. All information stored in the Memorymoog may be saved on a standard cassette for later re-use.

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Date:
01 janvier 1982
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Specifications ... 1 General ... Introduction . 3 Circuitry ... Block Diagram . 4 Power Supply ... Board #13. . . 5 Digital Board ... Board #4 . . . 7 Demux Board ... Board #5 . . . 15 Display & Front Panel Controls . Boards #6 & 7 . 17 Voice Cards ... Board #1,A-F . 18 Contour/Glide & External Synth . Boards #3 & 9 . 22 Common Analog Board ... Board #2 . . . 25 DISASSEMBLY Cabinet ... 29 Boards ... 29 Keyboard ... 3 0 REPAIR AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE General ... 35 Connectors ... 36 Power Supply ... 3 7 Voice Cards ... 39 CALIBRATION PROCEDURES ... 4 3 SOFTWARE TUNING ... 43 STANDARD CALIBRATION ... 4 4 MODIFICATION ... 48 PARTS LISTS ... . 4 9 SCHEMATICS ... ENCLOSED

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