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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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a part-time user writes:
This synth is a true classic and will always be one. The SH5 is hard to find but worth searching for.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-14-2004 at 15:19
Gordon a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
Picked one up today (A$1300 alot for maybe a 28 yr old machine). wanted one of these (or a system 100) for a while now. Stays in tune after 20 to 30 minutes (it's warm here though).

Listening to a friends recording of his system 100 as i wait for it to tune, they are very similar (the sequencer makes it appear to be different though).

I have a couple of other mono analogues ( ms20, pro-one, atc-1 and pulse) it's better than all of them for raw sound in my opinion. Admittedly the ms20 may have the modulation abilities and reliability (my sh-5 is in good condition) but i'm inept at programming so i prefer the sh-5 interface and instantly get weirder more interesting sounds.

Makes me want something of it's ilk with more expandibility.

Thats a complement.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Mar-13-2004 at 10:57
boltimore from Ger-many toys writes:
Hello Users

Isch Deuthschman un habe einen SH 5 for to kill old ladies !! I´m shure .. it happens. Built in Shoes to you toes, .. it kan sound werrie lowly

Please write to me .. I´ll love you with your sh 5 Good neit

posted Tuesday-Jan-14-2003 at 17:56
ConseQuencE a part-time user from germany / www.moogulator.com writes:
found out a way to get very fast lfos.. see the steps you need on sequencer.de in the moogulatorium .. audio speed filter mod like the jupiter 4 is now possible with no modification.. ;))

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-07-2002 at 18:29
Lars Smith a professional user from Denmark writes:
The SH 5 is a strong monophonic synth. With the right effects to beef up the admitted somewhat synthetic sounding japanese components this is a real killer. Use it`s external input to run things through the bandpass- and lowpassfilters. Add guitarlike dirt to your sampled guitar in that way. Also use it`s syncronic feature adding a little envelope-attack to the slave oscillator, thus making an abrupt change to the tonecolour.It does not have the fatness of a Moog, but it is more versatile than most Moogs... 4 out of 5 for versatility, 3 out of 5 for it`s somewhat sterile sound, that sums up to 3 and a half.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-06-2002 at 07:34
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