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  String Melody I At a Glance
Click for larger view arrowReleased: 1970's  Specifications
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strawdog (strawdog1975@yahoo.com) writes:
The Logan String Melody is a fully polyphonic string synth from the mid 70's. It has sliders for violin, viola and cello which are assigned to the upper and lower side of the keybaord. This means you can have two different string soudns whilst performing. It also has a preset button for the 'orchestra' sound and a bass/bass percussion section. Classic strings with loads of character. It'll remind you of Jean Michel Jarre during Oxgene era.

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The Logan String Melody is a fully polyphonic string synth from the mid 70's. It has sliders for violin, viola and cello which are assigned to the upper and lower side of the keybaord. This means you can have two different string soudns whilst performing. It also has a preset button for the 'orchestra' sound and a bass/bass percussion section. Classic strings with loads of character. It'll remind you of Jean Michel Jarre during Oxgene era.

(Thanks to strawdog for this info.)
and whip for the pic

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