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The SH-V is based on two mighty Japanese mono synths from the late 1970s, the Roland SH-5 and SH-2, known for their robust bass sounds and snappy envelopes, making them perfect for bass-heavy music, synth-funk, G-funk, electro, dance music and many more genres requiring solid bass that cuts through a mix as well as leads and sequences that resonate in your head. And of course in Syntronik, they even excel at pads when played polyphonically.
Like the M-Poly, the SH-V includes extensive samples of pulse width sweeps and pulse width modulation of the square waves for a complete representation of these classic instruments.
Syntronik - Hardware Synthesizer DNA.
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