synth museums

synth museums

Museum Of Synthesizer Technology DVD B-Roll footage

Published on Feb 27, 2018

"Taken from the limited edition DVD of Mr. Martin Newcomb's Museum of Synthesizer Technology mid-1990's. The DVD's were hand-made."

Note the plaque in the opening reads: "This Museum Was Opened By DR R.A. Moog On 29th July 1994"

Vintage Synth Museum 2018 SH-101 controlled by our new ConVertor+ synth

Published on Feb 25, 2018 Sonicsmith

"The ConVertor+ and the Squaver P1+ are our new generation of audio controlled synths Marking several tweaks and improvements over the first generation. The full list of improvements will be listed in the official launch but for now we give you our pre-demos showing our improved gating system."

Vintage Synth Museum at Emeryville, CA.

EMS Synthi-100 at Radio Belgrade 2018 - the "Emperor of Synths"

Published on Feb 23, 2018

"Visiting the Electronic Studio Radio Belgrade and talking with Svetlana Maras about the renovated incredible EMS Synthi-100 plus their plans for the future.

To describe the „7200 Patchpoints - Emperor of Modular Synths” can only be a humble attempt within 15 minutes (even out of 2hrs video content). But, besides some unprecise details due to this improvised

TechTax - Modular Synthesizer Workshop in Spokane Washington

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Giszmo

"TechTax is a non-profit based out of Spokane, WA focused on bringing electronic music to the masses."


A Non-Profit community resource, promoting a simple concept: Self Expression Through Electronic Music.

We've broken our program into 3 basic elements:

1.) Education - Workshops and Demos of all shapes and sizes

Tony Rolando Museum of Art and Design Interview

Published on Dec 22, 2017 MAKEN0ISE

"An interview with Tony Rolando about Make Noise's commissioned piece "Synthesizer for Two Coasts" for the exhibit "Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound." The exhibit was co-curated by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and is showing at the Museum of Art and Design in New York through February 25, 2018.

More information about 'Sonic Arcade' can be found here:

skinnerbox: buchla vs octatrack mk 2

Published on Dec 6, 2017 skinnerbox

"at ems"

EMS Sweden (Elektronmusikstudion). You might recognize the Buchla from this recent noyzelab post.

Portland Synth Library

Did you know there was a "synth library" in Portland, OR? Well, there is. Some details on it follow, but before that, they are seeking funding on GoFundMe here. This one is in via lord zool.

"S1, in partnership with 4MS Company, is home to the Synth Library, a publicly-accessible resource in Portland, Oregon. Since spring 2016, the Synth Library has hosted regular workshops to educate and

Five-G Tokyo Shop Visit

Published on Nov 19, 2017 Bonedo Synthesizers

"We've paid the legendary Five-G Shop in Tokyo a visit. Synth Heaven!"

Giving this one the synth museums label. It is a shop, but it might as well be a museum. You can find previous posts featuring Five-G here.

MESS Ltd - Beat Collective

Published on Oct 28, 2017 brassmonkey

"Beat Collective Jams at MESS Ltd in Melbourne, Australia


Ordinarily access is members only but Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio (MESS Ltd) have opened its doors to Beat Collective for these special events!

Upon arrival you will be assigned to work in random pairs. Your challenge it to collaborate and create a track together in under 4 hours for

SMEM (Swiss Museum for Electronic Music Instruments)

This one in via swissdoc:

"SMEM (swiss museum for electronic music instruments) aims to establish as the worlds first platform for electronic music instruments. The first base of this project was laid by the incredible collection of Klemens Niklaus Trenkle who for the last 35 years collected numerous and valuable synthesizers, organs, keyboards, effects- and studiogear. SMEM is located in the

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