1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth

1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth

1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth
Fully functional and very clean condition. The casing is damaged at the 2 rear corners and prof. Repaired crack at the front upper side. Typical of this synth with the plastic casing... But it's still in good solid condition for it's age. Internal speakers, all keys, knobs (refurbished) are working fine. Battery cover is missing, power supply (9V tip-) not included. So catch your lucky wasp....

Binson Echorec 2 also for sale! The Wasp is a quirky little synthesizer that, despite its toyish look, is a quality instrument capable of fun and funky analog sounds. It really is black and yellow too, just like the insect it is named after. Probably its most distinguishing feature is the 2-octave keyboard which uses non-moving touch-sensitive keys. The flat little keys are sensitive only to your electro-static touch.

It's a nifty technology for 1978, but in reality they are unreliable and difficult to play. Other unique touches include a little speaker built-in to the synth and EDP's own pre-MIDI connector ports for linking it to other Wasps and EDP gear. A look under the hood, however, reveals some nice surprises.

The WASP is monophonic and powered by two digital oscillators supported by analog filters, envelopes and controls. This makes it one of the earliest compact digital/analog hybrid mono-synths, and it sounds great! The Wasp offers flexible subtractive synthesis. It's pretty easy to dial up some cool bass, synth, and other classic monophonic sounds.

Its designer, Chris Hugget, also designed the Oxford Synthesizer Company's venerable OSCar. The Wasp has been used by.

808 State, Dave Holmes, Vince Clarke, Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran), WhiteHouse and Add N to (X). Oscillators - 2 DCOs, switchable between ramp, pulse width (osc 1), square (osc 2), and one white noise generator. LFO - 1 LFO with sine, ramp, sawtooth, square waveforms + noise to modulate the VCO or VCF; sample-and-hold. Filter - 24dB/oct Hi-pass, low-pass, band-pass, plus dedicated envelope controls switchable between 12 dB/oct lowpass, highpass, and 6 dB/oct bandpass.

Keyboard - 25 capacitive non-moving touch keys (or 37 standard keys on Deluxe model). Control - EDP-Link IN/OUT (proprietary digital sockets). MIDI retrofits and some MIDI-CV converters are able to provide control. Date Produced - 1978 - 1981. The item "1978 EDP WASP SYNTHESIZER ELECTRONIC DREAM PLANT U.

VINTAGE SYNTH" is in sale since Thursday, March 09, 2017. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Pro Audio Equipment\Synthesizers".

The seller is "new-spirit" and is located in Bremen. This item can be shipped worldwide.


1978 Edp Wasp Synthesizer Electronic Dream Plant U. K. Vintage Synth


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