Oberheim Two-Voice Pro
Two-Voice Pro
Dates1975 - 1979
Price£3299 GBP
Technical specifications
Polyphony2 voices
Oscillator4 VCO's (2 per voice) with sawtooth or variable-pulse waveforms
LFO1 (triangle)
Filter2 (Low pass with cutoff and resonance
Attenuator2 (Attack, Decay and Sustain)
Keyboard37 keys
External controlCV Gate

The Oberheim Two-Voice Pro is an analog music synthesizer that was produced from 1975 to 1979[1] by Oberheim Electronics. The two-voice pro was Oberheim's first compact, programmable and polyphonic synthesizer. This was achieved by coupling two SEM (Synthesizer expansion module) modules[2] and each voice had to be individually programmed and also had its own filter. It was soon superseded by the likes of OSCar, ARP Odyssey and Roland SH-101.

Notable users

See also


  1. ^ "Oberheim Two Voice | Vintage Synth Explorer". www.vintagesynth.com. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro". www.soundonsound.com. Retrieved .

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