Tom Oberheim Two-Voice Pro Hands-On Demo

Tom Oberheim has released a comprehensive overview video for the Two-Voice Pro analog synthesizer.

The Two-Voice Pro is an update of Oberheim’s classic design, “very similar to the original,” according to Oberheim, “but with the addition of a few interesting upgrades.”

Two Voice Pro Features:

  • Mini-Sequencer is enhanced – you still generate a sequence with the knobs ( up to 16 positions ) but you can store sequences from the knobs into flash memory
  • Two sequences can be played simultaneously (or play one sequence while also playing on the keyboard, like the old one)
  • After sequences are stored in flash memory, you can edit them to add 2-way, 3-way or 4-way ratcheting and you can program the gate length from zero (like a rest) up to almost the complete step length
  • Sequences can be chained into songs, and each step in a song can be programmed for sequence number, transpose amount and number of repeats
  • Sequencer syncs to Midi Clock
  • Keyboard outputs velocity and pressure
  • Each module (both SEMs, Mini-Sequencer, Keyboard Control) has mini-jack patch points (56 patchpoints)
  • Pitch and Modulation wheels
  • Pan pots
  • Headphone output
  • Separate Vibrato LFO

Pricing and Availability

The U.S. price of the Two Voice Pro is $3,495. It’s available to order via Oberheim dealers. More details on the Two Voice Pro are available at the Oberheim site.

via Geoff Farr

7 thoughts on “Tom Oberheim Two-Voice Pro Hands-On Demo

  1. Suddenly lusting over this thing
    Expensive yes but .. relatively it’s still cheaper than the Minimoog Model D re-issue
    And this is duo-phonic, has a cool sequencer, plus patch points so it can easily play with modular stuff

    1. Kinda. 3 SEM Pros would be $300 more than this and you’d still have to add the keyboard, sequencer all of the integration and that MIDI routing. This “just works”.

      I can’t afford any of this stuff but if I were going for more SEM voices in the same $ ballpark I’d probably go with three of the the patch panel versions and a polyphonic midi-to-cv router.

      For now, I’ll stick with iSEM. $10 bucks, 8 voices and an extra LFO. 🙂

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