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Voxarray 61 DIY Modular Synthesizer

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Tap into your inner vintage audiophile with the Voxarray 61 DIY Modular Synthesizer. Looking like it’s straight from the 1970s, the system features a variety of analog and digital audio modules. These modules also include their own set of patch cords which produces matrix patching system. With this, you can also attach external devices. The Voxarray 61 has a custom-made dynamic microphone in addition to the semi-weighted MIDI keyboard. Combining retro aesthetic and modern technology, this system has it all. Inside is a Meeblip Anode monophonic synthesizer, a Behringer UM2 audio interface, a Sennheiser E835 microphone, and so much more. Finally, all of this rests on four handmade steel legs. No matter the genre you’re into, the Voxarray 61 is the piece of kit for you.

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Mark Myerson
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120 x 80 x 20cm (folded)
ash wood, walnut wood, steel
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