Quasimidi Raven

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The Raven is a great quality German made performance synthesizer for creating pumpin' dance tracks - live or in the studio (or at home)! In essence the Raven is like having a Rave-O-Lution 309 inside a professional keyboard with a sleek look and interface. Strongly aimed at the dance music genre, the Raven offers up great sounds including: Basses, LeadSynths, SynthPads, Natural Sounds, Organs, FM-Percussion, Effects, Drumsets, Tuned Drums and multitimbral Performance patches. An on-board interactive 8-track sequencer, arpeggiators, real-time control knobs and effects equip this nice synthesizer for any electronic musical venture.

The Raven can be upgraded with the RavenMAX card. This increases the sample wave memory from 6 to 14 MB. There are tons of new sounds emphasizing drums, percussion, synths and effect sounds. "Motivator" real-time tweaks can be recorded into the on-board sequencer and there are about 100 "motifs" from other artists and users for instant groove patterns! Note however that the Raven has only 24 voices of polyphony which usually means your songs may be sparse in their arrangement. But creative planning and tricks can still get you by the Raven's limited polyphony, live and in the studio. If you're planning to shake some dance floors, the Raven makes a great all-in-one dance studio, and it looks really cool too! It has been used by BT and Jean Michel Jarre.

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14 Visitor comments
June 6, 2012 @ 10:52 am
Ich habe einen Quasimidi Raven Max zu verkaufen. Top Zustand!
500€. Steht in Bremen (Norddeutschland). Alles Zubehör ist vorhanden!
w_nils@hotmail.com, 0163/1623955
I have to sell a Raven Max!
February 1, 2012 @ 4:10 am
Hi !
I have the Raven Max and it's really a good keyboard ! Sounds are good for all kind of music. Only the filters are poor.
Really enjoying to play with this Raven !!!
Michael Ernst
January 10, 2012 @ 9:48 am
Hi I am Searching for a "Quasimidi The Raven" with the Max "plugin" so im Searching a "Quasimidi The Raven Max", I am from germany so I need a 230 Volt version, i dont know if this has a power adapter or only a powersuply if it have an adapter i also accept USA models (so i can change the adapter into an 230volt model and use it in germany...)

Please, if you have one and want to sell it, contact me:
May 28, 2011 @ 12:24 pm
it looks like old good Roland Juno, coloured blue :-)
February 22, 2011 @ 5:18 pm
QuasiMidi -> Quasimodo... Rave-O-Lution -> Revolution... Cyber-6 -> Cyber Sex
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  • Check Price
  • The link above will take you to an eBay search for this synth to see active listings. If you don't find it there, try looking in our forum marketplace or post a wanted classified.
  • Demos & Media
  • Audio Clip 1 - Hear this great synth for yourself! This demo is a cool house production, originally from Quasimidi's old web-site. The analog sounding drums and bass, arpeggios and cool weird sounds will peak your interest in the Raven.

  • Specifications
  • Polyphony - 24 voices
  • Oscillators - 3 osc: M.A.S.S. (6 MB Samples-In-Memory)
  • LFO - YES
  • Filter - One filter section
  • VCA - ADSR Envelope
  • Arpeg/Seq - 8 track pattern sequencer with unique features plus full arpeggiator
  • Effects - 2 effects units including reverb
  • Keyboard - 61 keys with velocity and aftertouch
  • Memory - 512 patches, 100 performances
  • Control - MIDI (16-parts)
  • Date Produced - 1996
  • Resources & Credits
  • Images from Quasimidi's old web-site.

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