The Kawai SX-240 is an eight voice, fully programmable polyphonic analog synthesizer released in 1984 as a follow up to the Kawai SX-210. Its main analog competitors of the time were the Korg Polysix and the Roland Juno 6/60.
The SX-240 uses eight SSM 2044 filter chips (Polysix, Wave…) which help make up its powerful filter sound. Routed through the creamy MN3009 triple chorus and you are in string machine heaven.
Each of the 96 patches was multisampled via STUDER A820 for even more texture.
This collection includes:
96 multi patches (Kontakt, Ableton, LOGIC, SFZ)