Telemark in mint condition.
Telemark is a self-contained TRUE analogue synthesiser. The voice and modulation circuitry are entirely analogue, using all discrete and op-amp components.
Telemark has a similar sound and specification to the classic Oberheim SEM, but with many additional features such as MIDI, Noise, sample and hold and more modulation choices. Note however, Telemark is not intended to be and is not a clone of the SEM. If you want a true SEM sound, buy a SEM!
Telemark is for use any time you need analogue sound effects, fat basses, screaming leads, beeps, tones, zaps, and all the other crazy sounds associated with analogue synthesis. Use in place of your boring digital synths and DSP soft synths.
Telemark has an audio input socket, so you can feed external sounds into the on-board analogue filters for analogue processing.
Telemark is more than capable of creating electronic percussion such as kicks, snares and hats. Record one track at a time in your DAW and build up the percussion.
Telemark is a 100% analogue synth using circuits that date back to the 1970s and 1980s – these give it a really old sound that is rich and full of character.
The circuits are not stabilized and sanitised by CPUs and the controls or not read by CPUs and quantised.
Telemark has a huge sound, especially when used for bass (something it excels at!), a fact often commented to us by our customers with great excitement!
Though a master at big bass sounds, Telemark is exceptionally good at making electronic percussion.
As well as bass and percussion, Telemark will produce leads, effects, modular style and other sounds equally well.
Telemark is extremely powerful. Don’t be fool by the ‘simple’ looking front panel. The synth has been designed to be easy to use, ideal for beginners, but still have the depth and versatility to enable many years of service.
Many of the controls can route more than one signal to a destination. There are many modulation choices on the rotary select switches. All signal choices have been carefully chosen.
Telemark was designed by a musician of electronic music, and used in many of the music production. We like to think we know what makes a good synth and that is reflected in the design of Telemark.
So Telemark is ideal for both beginners, and more advanced synthesists and musicians. Use anywhere you want big analogue sounds that have a true vintage sounds. Ideal also if you have the budget for just one analogue synth since this synth covers so many bases (and basses!).
Key Telemark Features
Semi Modular Analogue monosynth.
Hand built in Great Britain.
Pure analogue voice & modulation circuitry.
Sub-Oscillator / Divider – for more beef.
Patch points to allow more sound types, and to cross-patch with your modular synth’s.
SEM type sound.
Similar SEM layout.
More features than the original SEM such as Sample and Hold, LFO Square wave, Noise, extra inputs, many more signal modulation options via rotary switches.
Plenty of modulation possibilities.
Rugged steel construction.
MIDI In for software sequencer / keyboard control.