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  1. Tom Oberheim SEM Patchpanel

    An analog classic from the 70s, but semi-modular – Originally, Tom Oberheim’s SEM was intended to be a backup synthesizer for layer sounds only. However, due to its cozy and fat sound, it quickly became a favorite among musicians. To this day, the instrument has lost none of its charm. It still can be heard regularly in music productions. The SEM’s signal flow consists of two oscillators, a multimode filter and a VCA. Furthermore, there are two envelopes and a LFO. Additionally, the Patchpanel version comes equipped with 33 patch points for connecting the instrument to a modular setup. The wonderfully warm, voluminous sound has not changed compared to the original version from 1974.

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    Tom Oberheim SEM patchpanel--1-
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    € 19% VAT excl. €923.53 € 19% VAT incl. €1,099.00
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  2. Tom Oberheim - SEM Pro

    An analog classic from the 70s, but with patch connectors and MIDI – Originally, Tom Oberheim’s SEM was intended to be a backup synthesizer for layer sounds only. However, due to its cozy and fat sound, it quickly became a favorite among musicians. To this day, the instrument has lost none of its charm. It still can be heard regularly in music productions. The SEM’s signal flow consists of two oscillators, a multimode filter and a VCA. Furthermore, there are two envelopes and a LFO. Additionally, the Pro model features a well-equipped MIDI-CV converter and 21 analog patch points. The wonderfully warm, voluminous sound has not changed compared to the original version from 1974.

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    Tom Oberheim SEM pro--9-
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    € 19% VAT excl. €1,259.66 € 19% VAT incl. €1,499.00
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