A monophonic analog synthesizer with a 37-note keyboard. Released in 1973.

The Pro-Soloist is a simple preset synth much like the Pro/DGX model. It features a single VCO for sound generation and a 4-pole (24dB/octave) low-pass VCF as the filter.
30 preset instruments are available, with limited control over the sounds. The user can modify "brilliance" (filter cut-off), portamento and touch sensitivity.
There are also six aftertouch effects similar to the ones on the Pro/DGX: volume, "wow", "growl", vibrato, brilliance and pitch.

The band Genesis used the Pro-Soloist extensively between 1973 and 1977.

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