Roland MRS-2 ProMars 1979 Black/Wood

Very Good
$2,000
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25th Street Recording
Oakland, CA, United States
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Hello, for sale is a Roland ProMars MRS-2 Analog Synthesizer. This keyboard has been fully tested by a professional technician and works amazingly well. This synth has been very lightly used and sounds incredible!

Here is some info care of Vintage Synth Explorer:

"The ProMars Compuphonic was unique largely in part due to its introduction of microprocessor control, hence the term, "Compuphonic." It used an Intel 8048 processor to control the all-analog VCOs, VCAs, and VCFs. This also allowed it to store patches, making it one of the early few analog synthesizers that had patch memory.

The ProMars CompuPhonic has 10 preset sounds and 10 user programmable patches. The preset sounds include Bass, String, Clavi, Piano, Voice, Trombone, Sax, Trumpet, Synth I and Synth II. A very standard and well laid out set of knobs, sliders and edit controls give you the power to create some really cool sounds.

Designed as a partner to the polyphonic , the ProMars is often considered a monophonic version of the Jupiter 4. However, whereas the Jupiter 4 had only one oscillator per voice, the ProMars features two oscillators (that can be de-tuned). Also found onboard are a nice VCF (filter) with its own ADSR, a typical VCA envelope section, a nice LFO and a pitch/mod wheel that can effect the LFO, VCF or VCA. It even has a noise generator. Nice wood end caps add to its vintage appeal as well. It has been used by Vangelis, Spandau Ballet, Add N To (X), Jethro Tull, and Depeche Mode."

Thank you for looking, please let me know if you have any questions.

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Listed3 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
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