A monophonic analog synthesizer with a 37-note keyboard. Released in 1975, also known as Model 300a.

Not to be confused with the MiniMoog.

The Minit is a simple preset synth very similar to the Satellite model. It features 2 VCOs which can be detuned and synced to each other. The filter section consists of a 2-pole (12dB/octave) low-pass VCF as well as a variable bi-polar one. A control input jack is available.
Both the filters and the VCA offer individual AD envelope generators. A single LFO is included and features sawtooth and triangle waveforms.

While the unit is essentially a preset keyboard, it does offer some editable parameters like filter cut-off, envelope and modulation times and glide. A sync-sweep function adds depth to the 2-oscillator sound.
The small keyboard is surprisingly aftertouch sensitive. For external control there is a a CV/gate interface.


Preset Sounds
Aires
Clarinet
Guitar 1
Guitar 2
Lunar
Mute
Oboe
Piano
Sax
Taurus
Trumpet
Violin

Dimensions
L: 29"
W: 10¾"
H: 5¾"


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