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Korg Poly-800 vs SCI Six-Traks

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jun 1984

Here at last!

Life Of A Prophet

Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Aug 1990
Prophet 600

While Sequential's Prophet 5 will always be regarded as a milestone in synthesiser technology, their Prophet 600 is almost forgotten already. Gordon Reid attempts to correct the history books.

Mono Mania

Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Oct 1990

The most popular post-Minimoog monosynth is still the best alternative for everything from new age to northern techno. Greg Truckell reintroduces an old friend.

Pro One

Review | One Two Testing, Nov 1982
Twin oscillator mono synth with arpeggiator and sequencer

Prophecy Fulfilled

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1986
Prophet VS

Is Vector Synthesis the answer to every programmer's prayers, or another technological blind alley getting in the way of music? Peter Schlesinger takes a long hard look at the digital Prophet.

Prophet Five

Review | One Two Testing, Nov 1982
120 memory programmable five-note poly

Prophet T8

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1983
Touch-Sensitive Polyphonic Synthesiser

The new Sequential Circuits touch sensitive programmable poly synth

Prophet T8

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1983

A new studio standard?

Prophet T8

Review | One Two Testing, Feb 1984

In depth.

Return Of The Prophet

Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Oct 1988

Possibly the most timely and influential synthesiser development of the 70s was the Prophet 5. Dave Crombie takes a look back at the polysynth that was modelled on the Minimoog.

Sequential Circuits MAX

Review | In Tune, Apr 1985

Sequential Circuits Max

Review | One Two Testing, Feb 1985

preset poly

Sequential Circuits Pro-One

Review | One Two Testing, Dec 1983

Sequential Circuits Pro-One

Review Audio | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1982

Sequential Circuits Prophet 5

Review | Sound International, Jul 1978

Dave Crombie's review of the Prophet 5 synth leaves us speechless.

Sequential Circuits Prophet-600

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1983

Sequential Circuits Six Trak Polysynth

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1984

This exciting six voice polyphonic synth comes under scrutiny.

Sequential MAX

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1985
Preset Polysynth

They call it a computer peripheral and MIDI expander, you'll probably think of it as a preset version of the SixTrak. Exclusive review of SCI's new baby by Dan Goldstein.

Sequential Multi-Trak

Review | One Two Testing, Jun 1985

poly, touch sensitive timbrillity

Sequential MultiTrak

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1985
Programmable Polysynth with Sequencer

The Californians introduce a followup to the inventive but mixed-bag SixTrak. Simon Trask checks it out.

Sequential Prophet VS

Review | International Musician, Aug 1986

Fingers on the joystick. Tony Mills at the controls

Sequential Prophet VS Polysynth

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1986

An exclusive preview of Sequential's first-ever digital synth: Paul Wiffen reckons it's been worth the wait.

Sequential Six-Trak

Review | One Two Testing, Apr 1984

Sequential's Prophet VS...

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1986
The new-wave sound

...'The first genuinely NEW keyboard since the DX7' proclaims our review. Mixing four different waveforms together in a technique christened 'vector synthesis', Sequential's new baby can create some stunningly different synth sounds. Could it be what the market's looking for? Mark Jenkins reports.

The MAX Factor

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Feb 1985

A multitracking keyboard for the computer musician.



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