In the 1980s, the electronic musical instrument 'Omnichord' gained tremendous popularity among gadget-loving music lovers for its quirky look and tone. We have been receiving requests to resurrect the Omnichord for a long time. And this year, 2023, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the founding of Suzuki Musical Instruments Manufacturing, we will reproduce the Omnichord! It is scheduled to be released around the fall of 2023. We will update the information on this page from time to time. *The photo is the old model OM-27.
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*A photo above is older model, OM-27.
Here are just a few of the tones installed on to the new Omnichord.
Please listen to the classic sounds that were installed on to the past models and the sounds that will be revived more beautifully.
The new Omnichord will include several more beautiful tones that were installed on to the previous Omnichords. Stay tuned for more news!
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The strum plate sound and tone of the OM-27, OM36, and OM84 was produced by analog circuits. The new Omnichord also uses some analog technology to bring this original sound back to life!
This sound, which is unique to analog circuits, should be something that makes you feel, 'This is the Omnichord.'
The beautiful tone that was installed on to the original OM-250M and OM-300 was resurrected with even higher sound quality on to the new Omnichord.
This is also a beautiful tone originally installed on to the OM-250 and OM-300. This is also resurrected with even higher sound quality.
|Model||Year of release||Strum plate||Chord|
|OM-36, OM-84||1984||4 octaves
Tone/OM-36(Harp), OM-84(Harp x 2)
Tone/ Guitar, Piano, Banjo,
Jazz Organ, Flute, Organ, Chime, Brass, Vibraphone, Synth.
Tone/ Omnichord, Guitar
Harp, Banjo, Strings, Piano,
Organ, Celeste, Marimba,
Tone/ Omnichord, Guitar, Harp, Banjo, Strings, Piano, Organ, Celeste, Marimba,
|QC-1||1999||4 octaves / 100GM tone||36 soft touch buttons,