A 6-voice multitimbral analog synthesizer with a 48-note keyboard. Produced from 1984 to 1985.

The Six-Trak was a predecessor to the superior Multi-Trak model. They are very much alike, and both use the CEM 3394 chip for sound generating. Six-Trak's differences include a smaller non- velocity sensitive keyboard, less sequencer memory, missing tape interface and no individual timbre outputs.

The ST was said to be the first multitimbral MIDI synth to respond to multiple MIDI channels. It was sold with its software (to be used on a Commodore 64) and the DrumTraks drum machine as a complete MIDI system.


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