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Dave Smith Instruments Mopho Keyboard Synth

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  • Affordable, fully programmable mono synth with a 100% analog signal pathTwo oscillators capable of producing sawtooth, triangle, saw/triangle, and variable pulse width square waves, with hard syncOne classic Curtis low-pass filter (switchable 2- or 4-pole) with audio rate modulation, self-oscillating in 4-pole modeAnalog VCAsThree envelope generators (ADSR plus delay)Two sub-octave generators (one octave down and two octaves down)Feedback loop with programmable level and gainWhite noise generato
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Ho ho ho, you're looking at the Mopho Keyboard. And what a Mopho this is. We've never seen such a sick-sounding little Mopho until this Mopho walked through the door. Mopho! It's fun to say, isn't it? Mainly, because you can get away with it. Tell your kids (or don't) that this Mopho stands for MOnoPHOinic synthesizer. Awww, what's that? It's not as much fun now? Yeah, right!! Actually, we'd rather have this kind of Mopho hanging out with us all day long. And you will too. In fact, all night long, probably. Because this little piece of goodness is packed with 100% analog synth tones, unlike any other mo's we know...AND, this particular Mopho has a 32-key keyboard built into it, AND, by the way, when we say 100% analog, we mean 100% analog. AND, by the way, this baby is the product of Dave Smith instruments genius. (Cue wild applause.)

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Item Weight 9.4 pounds
Product Dimensions 11.1 x 18.8 x 2.6 inches
Shipping Weight 13.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Origin Made in USA
ASIN B003KQYT80
Item model number Mophokeyboard
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Best Sellers Rank #93,910 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#204 in Musical Instruments > Keyboards > Electronic Keyboards > Synthesizers & Workstations
Date first available at Amazon.com May 4, 2010

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I actually bought this synth when the price was about $200 less, but it's worth every penny if you want that analog sound. I went with the Mopho over the Moog Slim Phatty because at Guitar Center (where I go to test stuff only) the Moog seemed somewhat limited (not Moog bashing, but if/when I get a Moog, it'll be the MiniMoog). The Mopho is very powerful. You have three LFOs to modulate fitlers/oscillators etc., PW modulation, a sub oscillator, and gobs of options. The keys are a little soft (not as good as the Ultranova's), but still very nice. Don't be fooled if you go to the store and this thing sounds "weak". The factory presents are horrible, but I'd hope you weren't buying an analog synth for factory sounds. The Mopho also has an arpeggiator and a sequencer. I haven't messed with the sequencer much because it's a little funky to program from the keyboard. Supposedly if you purchase third-party software, it's much easier. It's up to you.

For noobs: the Mopho is monophonic (one key at a time), you can't split the keyboard, you can't build tracks on it like a workstation. Also, no built-in effects. But if you're looking for bass, nasty bass, or really great leads this keyboard is for you. Also, it can be very warm and smooth. Great purchase!

Did I mention the wood panels? Classic!
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I have only had my DSI-MOPHO for a few months and still have not become entirely familiar with all the sounds it is capable of producing. I use it often, and the low end is mean while the high end is brilliant...insanely rich sound and versatile. I love this synth.
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The Mopho produces analog (digital control) synth signals that hark to vintage synths like the Prophet and Moog.

For electronica et al. this will produce the characteristic bass lines. The two-oscillator path models original patch-based synths well. In particular, the Modulator patching provides very rich connections, far better than the Little Phatty by Moog, and thus provides a useful and less costly alternative.

The noise generator produces colored noise towards the pink spectrum; this is my sole problem with this since it should be full bandwidth for modification.

The free software works well and instantly via USB midi, although there are a few non-critical bugs on the mouse to screen interaction.
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