¥ 79,800 (around 1977)
A control type synthesizer that can control various tones such as pitch, pitch and intensity by adjusting the delicate knob and balance.
The SY 1010 consists of six parts : ADSR block, VCO block, VCF block, VCA block, LFO block, and keyboard block.
The ADSR block is an envelope generator that can set subtle temporal changes in the sound after the keyboard is pressed.
The VCO block is the sound source part, and is a noise sound source that determines the pitch of sound according to the control voltage of the keyboard and creates sound effects.
It is also equipped with a tuning function.
The VCF block is a filter that allows you to determine the tone by reducing or increasing a portion of the sound.
In the VCA block, the sound intensity can be determined by the amplifier section.
The LFO block is a low-frequency oscillator for making small changes in sound.
The keyboard block provides a wide range of notes by setting the VCO Frequency.
|<VCO(Voltage Controlled Oscillator)>|
|Frikency||40 Hz to 10 kHz|
|Fine tuning||± 200 cent|
|Noise level||White noise|
|<VCF(Voltage Controlled Filter)>|
|Cut-off frequency||100 Hz to 10 kHz|
|<VCA(Voltage Controlled Amplifier)>|
|<Envelope Generator (ADSR) part>|
|<LFO(Low Frequency Oscillator)>|
|Frikency||0.15 Hz to 25 Hz|
|Test Oscillator (Tuning Oscillator)|
|Other||With on/off switch|
|Output1||Level Selector Switch : Normal / Boost + 8 dB
Output for microphone terminal : 1.5 mv
Aux output : 150 mv
|Output2||Tone Selector Switch (Soft / Hard)
Output for organ and guitar : 200 mv
|Format||32-key F-scale (F1-C6)|
|Pwer||100 VAC, 50Hz/60Hz|
|External dimensions||Width 482x Height 135x Depth 341 mm|
|Attachment||Connection code (3m, Pin-Pin code)