The Akai AX73 is an analog synthesizer that gained notable popularity in the 1980s. With its 73 velocity-sensitive keys, this instrument offers expanded polyphony and a rich sonic palette through its six voices of synthesis. Featuring advanced features for its time, including programmable filters, envelopes, and modulations, the AX73 appealed to musicians seeking extended expressive possibilities. Its robust design and distinctive sonic character continue to make it a favored choice among vintage synthesizer enthusiasts.