Suzuki OM-300 Omnichord MIDI

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NAME: Suzuki OM-300 Omnichord MIDI

TYPE: Synthesizer

MANUFACTURER: Suzuki

YEAR: 1995

DAY RATE: 60

WEEKLY RATE: 200

 

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NAME: Suzuki OM-300 Omnichord MIDI

TYPE: Synthesizer

MANUFACTURER: Suzuki

YEAR: 1995

DAY RATE: 60

WEEKLY RATE: 200

 

Story


As the Twentieth Century drew to a close, Suzuki placed everything into their latest instrument. The OM-300 is finished in a virtuous shade of ivory, fit even for the most pious of saintly omnichordists. It included all of the OM250M features but with revised sound palette including the latest samples (Omnichord, Guitar, Harp, Banjo, Strings, Piano, Organ, Celesta, Marimba, and Steel Drums) along with updated styles (Rock I, II, III, March, Jazz, Country, Bluegrass, Bossanova, Samba and Waltz) A fill-in feature is also included which can also be used as an intro.

The chord button layout is now very familiar and includes 84 playable chords across three rows of 12 buttons. (Major, Minor, Major 7th, Augmented and Diminished) The subtle dual tone chord buttons are retained for melody keyboard (with dedicated sound library). The top two rows of buttons are also used to control the chord computer (which is the same as the OM250M and can store up to 120 events) The buttons that are coloured are of softer shades than previous models and the strumplate is colour coded to the Omnichord body.

 

Specifications


SonicStrings Strumplate – 10 sounds
Chord Buttons – 36 soft touch buttons, 84 chords
Keyboards – C-G (19 keys)
Chord Transpose – Select x 12
Controls – Master Volume, Voice Volume, Sustain, Rhythm Volume & Tempo, Chord Volume
Tuning – +/- 30 cents
Aux Jacks – AC adapter, Output Jack, Foot Pedal Jack, MIDI out
 
 

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