Synth Site: Elka: Rhapsody: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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CzA a hobbyist user from Hungary writes:
The Rhapsody is the great 70's string for me. I've just a very ugly one, but its string-voice is so gooooood!! Like a Pink Floyd-string, like a La Orme-string, like all the progressive-strings! I paid for it just $80 in Hungary...

posted Wednesday-Aug-01-2001 at 04:50
Jeff Martens a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I purchased an ELKA 610 Rhapsody new in 1976. I still have it. The paino sound is cheezy but when added to the harpsicord sound it is usable. The string sounds are OK. I used it alot in the 70's. I would still use it except that four keys in each octive won't sound anymore. I would love to find a service manual or schematic. Suggestions?

posted Saturday-May-26-2001 at 19:28
miraz from Los Angeles writes:
I have a symphonizer. A higer version of the 34 key Rhapsody. Nice string sounds but clunky Piano sounds. The rhapsody was heavy but the Symphonizer is pretty extreme.. . The CRUMAR Orchestratoe , beats it though.Much lusher.Heavier! The multi VOX beats even that, Though lighter than both.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-30-2000 at 03:38
Renato Fedi a hobbyist user from Los Angeles writes:
I have purchased my Elkarhapsody 610; in Rome on July 1975. It is a great string synthesizer, and if used with correct parameters in the studio it is capable of reproducing the real sound of a string orchestra. I have enjoyed this instrument in the seventies,it is still in excellent shape today, I still play it when I find some free time.....

posted Sunday-Oct-29-2000 at 01:47
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