Ensoniq VFX Polyphonic Synthesizer
The Ensoniq VFX is a polyphonic digital wavetable synthesizer from 1989. A single patch on the VFX can contain up to 6 of 109 waves in its ROM memory that can be combined and layered for amazing timbral and soundscape effects. Its loaded with advanced and classic synth parameters including its dual multi-mode digital filters, three 11-stage envelopes, LFO, and 15 modulation sources. There's even a built-in 24-bit VLSI dual effects processor with reverb, chorus, flanging, and delay.
The VFX has a standard 61-note keyboard with velocity and polyphonic aftertouch. The synth also has full MIDI implementation with 12 channels for multitimbral functions. The VFX has a cartridge port as well, for storing sounds onto Ensoniq's proprietary media. Included are two cartridges full of patches, a high quality padded gig bag, the original manual, and an Ensoniq control footswitch.