Doepfer ms404



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Description 3 Doepfer MS-404 in a 19" rack. Copyleft, Photography by Lillo Coniglio for Wikipedia. The picture shows Version 1 is in the middle (black knobs), Version 2 (red knobs) are on top and bottom. Version 1 can not use MIDI sustain, but this doesn't have an effect on the sound. Sound differences between the two versions might be a result of different component tolerances (particularly in the VCO and filter transistors).
Date 9 September 2006(2006-09-09)
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