Electronic Music Laboratories 101

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"EML 101 in excellent working order. Recently given a complete and thorough service! It sounds amazing! Has a few blemishes on the exterior (wood chips). Serial number etched into faceplate and wood on keyboard as well. Was quite usual for these pieces were owned by universities, schools etc. Nonetheless its an amazing piece and is ready to roar."

Eml-200 in stereo

Published on Mar 11, 2018 thisoldhouz

"Self patched using its S+H for ‘melody’ and recorded in stereo to demonstrate the eml’s cool dual 3 channel mixers, one panned hard left and one hard right"

ElectroComp Synthesizer model 101 Electronic Music Labs Inc.

Published on Mar 4, 2018 Vykaar Tones

"Twiddling knobs on this great American vintage analog synthesizer half way through restoration and repairs. Very well built hard wired to tag strips like an amp inside and sealed AB pots like minimoog ( a pain to open and clean) some of the caps have died and oxidation on all metal parts... The lack of connectors inside is a blessing as in my opinion most


Published on Feb 17, 2018 zack dagoba

"First play on my EML400. For something made in 1970, this thing is astonishing. See http://myblogitsfullofstars.blogspot.... for more"

David Van Koevering Has Passed Away

Brian Kehew wrote in to let us know David Van Koevering passed away yesterday at the age of 70. Per Brian, "I have news that famous Moog salesman David Van Koevering has passed away yesterday. His family asked me to pass on this information, in case you can post something in his honor. So many people in the industry knew him; such a long and varied life!" Indeed. The following is the obituary

George Mattson Announces His Retirement and the Division 6 SWAN II Eurorack System

This one is in via George Mattson of Mattson Mini Modular. Back on September 15, 2007, I posted a little teaser that would eventually launch Mattson back into the synth manufacturing world. He is the man behind the Syntar - the original keytar synthesizer, and the SWAN (Syntar Without A Neck) was the follow-up non-keytar version. It's fitting and an honor that George Mattson is announcing his

University of Cincinnati EML 300 Vintage Synthesizer Controller Expander

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"This EML 300 is fully functional, recently serviced, and in very good condition.

The EML300 is a controller/expansion companion for the EML 200. It features 3 main function blocks including the Manual Switches, Note Generator, and Manual Voltage Generator.

The Switches offers manual switches controlled by vactrols and a manual pulse generator.
The Note Generator is a basic

EML ElectroComp 200

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"This EML-200 is fully functional, extensively serviced, and in good condition, though it does not include the lid. Recent service includes recapped power supply and all new 1/4" jacks. A matching EML 300 will be available for an additional cost.

The EML 200 is a monophonic modular synthesizer released in 1969 by the connecticut based company Electronic Music Laboratories.

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