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Analogue Systems Demon
Analogue Systems Demon

NoiseBug Price : $1799

Yes, the Analogue Systems Demon is in stock!

Manufacturer Description:
49 note keyboard controller transforming any modular synthesizer into a performance instrument. With its built in MIDI/CV converter, pitch plus modulation wheels and portamento, single and multiple triggering features is ideal for any keyboard-based modular system, whether vintage or new.

The keyboard features switchable glide with adjustable portamento time, a transpose switch (-1 / 0 / +1 octave) and two trigger modes: single trigger or multi-trigger.

The Demon outputs CV signals at five parallel buffered sockets, additionally there a number of trigger and gate outputs. Analogue Systems even thought abut S-Trigger so you can use the Demon with vintage as well as legacy reproduction unit Moog Modular systems!

Besides the analog signals the left hand side panel of the RS-330 Keyboard Controller there are outputs of the MIDI/CV converter: Velocity, Aftertouch, Modulation Wheel (controller 1), Expression (controller 11) and Effect 1 (controller 12).

CV input: the input signal (±5V) is scaled to 20% (±1V) and added to the keyboard, in different ways depending on the trigger mode. In single trigger mode it is added constantly, in multi trigger mode only when a key is depressed.

The CV is emitted via MIDI as a Pitch Bend information.

Demon
CONNECTIONS

MIDI: In, Out, Thru

mains: IEC connector with voltage selector for 115V and 230V

RS-330 Keyboard Controller:
MIDI controller outputs: velocity, aftertouch, mod wheel, expression, effect 1 keyboard: CV input, 5x CV output, 2x gate output, 2x trigger output, S-trigger output

DIMENSIONS

35.4"W x 8.3"D x 5.1"H

20 pounds
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