Quasimidi Sirius

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The Sirius is Quasimidi's souped-up keyboard similar to the RaveOLution 309 and aimed directly at the dance market. It's filled with knobs, buttons and cool colors. Designed for total control for live performance or studio work!

Actually most knobs are dedicated to patch editing. It has a welcome new feature, a modern vocoder! There are also 8 control knobs for setting various mixer-type settings (level, pan, fx send). That's right, it has effects on board! It's got a great sound too! Choose from basic categories like 'bass sounds', 'dirty bass', 'pad sounds', 808 & 909 kits and much more! There's plenty of memory (96 user patches) to store your own creations. The filter and envelopes are flexible and sound very good.

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Also taken from the Rave-O-Lution is the incredible pattern-based seven track sequencer with part mutes and tap-tempo! A truly useful dance music production synth capable for demanding studio use and creative live performance control with excellent sounds and a funky new vocoder! An ideal all in-one-synth for any DJ or dance musician! It has been used by KMFDM/MDFMK founder Sascha Konietzko.

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34 Visitor comments
October 24, 2010 @ 7:13 am
I've owned a Sirius for just about a week now and it's the most entertaining synth to work with that I've used in a long time. It's straight-forward, little menu-diving and you'll get whatever you wish out of this bad boy. I've never seen one before on the market so I just snatched it as soon as I saw it. Very fun synth to work with.
August 27, 2010 @ 10:58 pm
Like the persons short comment below I also have two of the Quasimidi Sirius synths. Hummm comparing it to the raveolution, as if its a raveolution keyboard version, sorry thats not it, The Sirius is its own synth with its own sound and lots of trance character screaming at you to get out. . Also very capable for breakbeat very capable drum and bass synth It is beyond what is boring and typical. Believe me, when you wind those up with some freaky high end trance, its specialty and made for it no doubt, hold on tight you may strobe man, babysitting or something? turn it up already?
August 1, 2010 @ 10:45 am
I have two of these synths. they are excellent.

I am selling one because I don't really use hardware anymore, my entire studio is all software based now.
April 12, 2010 @ 3:13 pm
Splendida macchina!! Suona veramente bene, bassi potenti e grassi, suono che buca!!! E poi è divertentissima!!!!!
February 1, 2010 @ 1:59 pm
-Suoni eccezionali
-Ottima resa in live.
-Bassi veramente potenti e testata nel mix live da' veramente soddisfazione.
-Nel complesso una bella macchina.
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  • Specifications
  • Polyphony - 28 voices
  • Oscillators - 2 osc: 128 synth waves, 365 drum and percussion samples
  • Filter - 24dB and 12dB slopes, Hi and Low pass filters with resonance and overdrive
  • Effects - FX1: reverbs, stereo delays. FX2: chorus, flanger, delays; vocoder
  • Arpeg/Seq - 16 pattern arpeggiator / 7 track sequencer with tap tempo
  • Keyboard - 49 velocity sensitive keys
  • Memory - 384 patches (288 preset, 96 user), 16 vocoder patches, 20 percussion kits
  • Control - MIDI (7 parts, 3 synth and 4 drums)
  • Date Produced - 1998
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