Sequential’s brand new 5 voice analog polyphonic!
Sequential Take 5
Sequential Take 5 Facebook Group!
Finally, Sequential’s long awaited ‘new synth’ is taking form. The Take 5 has styling reminiscent of the Pro 3 Std, and features like an updated Prophet 5. A real Sequential polyphonic analog synth for $1299, it should be very well received by the market.
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Two analog VCOs per voice Continuously variable wave shape (sine, sawtooth, variable-width pulse) per oscillator Hard sync: oscillator 1 syncs to oscillator 2 Square wave sub-octave generator (oscillator 1) per voice Keyboard tracking on/off for each oscillator Front-panel FM (frequency modulation)
Oscillator 1 amount Oscillator 1 sub-octave amount Oscillator 2 amount White noise amount
Four-pole, resonant, low-pass filter per voice, based on Prophet 5 Rev 4 design Filter can be driven into self-oscillation with the Resonance control Bi-polar filter envelope amount
Two 5-stage envelope generators (ADSR + delay) with variable routing (filter, amplifier, gate) Velocity modulation of each envelope amount Envelopes freely assignable to multiple modulation destinations
LOW FREQUENCY OSCILLATOR
Five wave shapes: triangle, sawtooth, reverse sawtooth, square, and random (sample and hold) Clock sync (internal or external MIDI clock) Freely assignable to multiple modulation destinations
One dedicated reverb with damping, pre-delay, decay and tone One multi-effect with stereo delay, BBD delay, tape delay, chorus, flanger, phaser, ring mod, vintage rotating speaker, distortion, high-pass filter Dedicated Overdrive effect
Recreates the characteristics of vintage synthesizers by introducing micro-fluctuations in oscillators, filter, and envelopes per voice.
Source: channel (mono) aftertouch with bi-polar amount Aftertouch freely assignable to multiple modulation destinations
Master clock with tap tempo BPM control and display MIDI clock sync
Up, down, up+down, random, assign modes Syncs to MIDI clock Re-latching arpeggiation
Polyphonic step sequencer with up to 64 steps with ties and rests
Full-sized, semi-weighted, 3.5-octave premium Fatar keyboard with velocity and aftertouch Spring-loaded pitch wheel with selectable range per program with independently adjustable upper and lower pitch wheel range transpose controls Low-split mode creates two independent performance zones with different octave ranges Hold switch latches held notes on Polyphonic glide (portamento) Unison (monophonic) mode with configurable voice count, from one to all five voices, and key modes Factory switch: when off, the front panel is live; what you see is what you hear
1 MIDI In, 1 MIDI Out, and 1 MIDI Thru port USB port for bidirectional MIDI communication 1 Sustain/footswitch input 1 Expression pedal input Main stereo output (2 x 1/4″ phone jack) Headphone out (stereo 1/4″ phone jack)
IEC AC power inlet for internal power supply Operates worldwide on voltages between 100 and 240 volts at 50 to 60 Hz; 14 watts maximum power consumption
Premium, 3.5-octave, semi-weighted Fatar keyboard 25″ L x 12.75″ W x 4.4″ H (63.5 cm x 32.4 cm x 11.2 cm) Weight: 17 lbs (7.7 kg)