The Crumar Spirit is an analog monosynth with two voltage-controlled oscillators. It was originally designed by Bob Moog, Tom Rhea, and Jim Scott. The 24 Knobs, 10 Switches, 15 Sliders, and 3 Performance wheels provide plenty of control over the Spirit's sound palette.
It uses CEM3340 chips for its VCOs, CEM3360 chips for its VCAs, and CEM3350 chips for its filters.
Year Released: 1983
Keyboard: 37 keys