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Rare James Sing Along Vintage Guitar Synth

This one was spotted on Craigslist and sent in via Kaden Harris. I don't believe I have ever seen one of these before. You will find two demos and a pic of the inside below.

From the listing: "I have this one of a kind guitar synth from about 1965. I've emailed many different gear professionals and none have ever seen one. I even got replys from Roger Mayer, Tom Oberheim, and guitar world. I



CRB Oberon Tribute

Published on Jan 14, 2018 VSMI

"Some old pics on demo played in 20 Jenuary 2009 of one of the most big italian monophonic synthesizer... Oberon by CRB Elettronica! That's all that I find it in my old archives!!"



Polivoks Soviet Synth Designer Vladimir Kuzmin Gives an Overview of His Synths

Published on Jan 8, 2018 vladimir kuzmin

"Overview of all instruments designed by Vladimir and Olimpiada Kuzmin."

This one in via Soviet Space Child.

In the following video Vladimir Kuzmin goes over the Polivoks based modules by Industrial Music Electronics (formerly the Harvestman). It's in Russian, however you can enabled CC for your language via the player controls for the video.



Moog Synthesizer Prodigy Expander Prototype Serial No 001

via this auction

"This is the prototype of the Moog Prodigy, called the Moog Prodigy Xpander. This is the ONLY one I've ever seen.

This tabletop module was going to compete with the Oberheim SEM, but Moog Music in the late 70's decided to go with the keyboard version of the Prodigy, and many of them are still in service today.
It works perfectly, sounds incredibly fat, and it's oscillator



Baumann BME-700 Ultra Mega Rare Analog German Vintage Monophonic Synthesizer

via this auction

"This wonderful professional analog synthesizer from non-smoking studio is aprox. 40 years old. Good optical and working technical vintage condition. Synthesizer has some scratches. See pictures. Some knobs and potentiometers could be cleaned for bether working without "scratches". The device can also be picked up without any shipping costs in 65183 Wiesbaden, Germany.

Built



The MCS 70 - Memory Controlled Synthesizer From Elka's Mario Maggi

via Francesco Mulassano

"Ultra rare italian synthesizers, made by Mario Maggi (the man who invented the Elka Synthex). This unit belongs to Patrizio Fariselli from Area!"

Apparently only three were made. It is monophonic.

The following are some details via synthmuseum.com from the MCS 70 brochure:

"FEATURES:

Memorizes all parameters of all user-defined control panel settings

Groups of up



SUPER RARE EMS POLYSYNTHI UNIQUE VCS-3 POLYPHONIC VINTAGE ANALOG SYNTHESIZER

via this auction

"FOR SALE SUPER RARE SYNTHESIZER KEYBOARD BY ELECTRONIC MUSIC STUDIOS - EMS POLYSYNTHI !!! SYNTH IN WORKING CONDITION. THIS UNIQUE SYNTHESIZER. UNIQUE SOUND STRUKTURES, - FX PSYHODELIC SOUND SYNTH... THIS IS THE BEST SYNTH WHICH I HAVE. INCREDIBLE SOUNDING POLYPHONIC VCS-3 SYNTHI VERSION SYNTH. FOR THE SOUND TRACK IN THE CINEMA AND SOUND PRODUCED PRO-STUDIOS. . MOST MUSICAL



Sequential Circuits MULTI-TRAK & MAX Flexi-Disc Demos by John Bowen

Published on Dec 22, 2017 peahix

"Found this in my old box of 45s and figured I'd stick it up here since it doesn't seem to exist on YouTube as of this date."

Sequential Circuits MAX Flexi-Disc Demo by John Bowen

Published on Dec 22, 2017 peahix

Not sure that's John's voice in this one. If it is, he sounds different! That is his voice in the Multi-Trak demo above. According to the



1905 HELMHOLTZ SOUND SYNTHESIZER BY MAX KOHL

Note the listing states this was the first electronic sound synthesizer, but that of course is subjective. There were others. You can find a list by year on 120 Years of Electronic Music.

via this auction

"LOT 61

THE FIRST ELECTRIC SOUND SYNTHESIZER

A Helmholtz Sound Synthesizer, manufactured in Chemnitz by Max Kohl after the design by Hermann von Helmholtz, ca 1905.

Estimate 25,000 -



phasers to stun with an ARP 2500, Vintage E-mu Modular, Polyfusion, Roland 100m, Paperface Serge, Bucha 100m and R.A. Moog 3C

Published on Nov 26, 2017 zack dagoba

"I decided to try out Notch Filtering on some of my modular synths to see how they compared. See http://myblogitsfullofstars.blogspot.... for more information"



Treat Yourself :)

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