Very rare Korg VC-10 vintage Vocoder
Vintage and Iconic Korg Vocoder. Including original Korg MC-01 microphone & original leather look hard case (very rare!)
The Korg VC-10 is an analogue vocoder launched in 1978. Vocoding refers to voice encoding of speech and singing with musical synthesis, simply explained a microphone keyboard. It gained popularity in the 1970s following utilisation by bands such as Kraftwerk and Electric Light Orchestra.
The VC-10 features 32 note polyphony (one oscillator per key, individually tuneable), 20 analysis bands, ensemble mode with speed and depth controls (a bi-phase chorus function), accent bend control (adds a slight pitch wavering effect so that the sound produced is more like a human voice), octave-up control (extends the range of the keyboard), and tune control as well as various settings relating to input and output mix.
The product has endured basic start-up tests; it powers up, buttons work. There was no endurance or performance testing with media.
This item is sold ‘As is’; the seller is selling, and the buyer is buying the item in whatever condition it presently exists, and the buyer is accepting the item "with all faults", whether or not immediately apparent. Please see pictures for traces of use / storage. No return / no warranty / no quarantee.
Width 50 cm x Depth 31 cm x hight 25 cm
With famous users as Kraftwerk, Pink Floyd, Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), Roger Waters, Klaus Schulze, The Stranglers, …
- "Let's groove tonight" by Earth, Wind & Fire
- "The Robots' by Kraftwerk
- "Autobahn" by Kraftwerk
- "On the road again" by The Rockets
- "P.Y.T." by Michael Jackson
- "Harder, better, faster, stronger, " by Daft Punk
- "Moscow discow" by Telex