ARP Chroma


ARP Chroma is a polyphonic analog synthesizer developed by ARP Instruments in the late 1970s. It was used by many popular musicians, including Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, and Jean-Michel Jarre.

The ARP Chroma is a subtractive synthesizer, meaning it uses filters to shape the sound. It has two oscillators, two envelopes, and two low-frequency oscillators (LFOs). It also has a 16-step sequencer and a polyphonic arpeggiator. The ARP Chroma also has a number of modulation options, including portamento, vibrato, and pitch bend. It also has a number of effects, including chorus, delay, and reverb.

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ManufacturerARP Instruments, Inc.

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