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Re: Vintage Synthesizer Museum

Posted: Wed May 10, 2017 2:33 pm
by analoglsd
synthroom wrote:
analoglsd wrote:Recent additions to the studio:
Rhodes Chroma
DK Synergy
Fairlight
Korg PS-3100
Roland Jupiter 6
Which model Fairlight do you have? DO you know any of its history? Did you get floppies with it?

The Fairlight is a CMX II+. The Fairlight is on loan to us, and I know little of it's provenance. It came with at least two dozen discs.

Re: Vintage Synthesizer Museum

Posted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:18 pm
by analoglsd

Re: Vintage Synthesizer Museum / Studio

Posted: Sat Apr 21, 2018 4:13 am
by analoglsd
An appointment at the Vintage Synthesizer Museum grants you private access to the following:

Moog MiniMoog Model D
Moog 1125 Sample and Hold Controller
Moog 1130 Drum Controller
Moog Taurus I
Moog Micromoog
Moog Etherwave Theremin
EMS Synthi AKS
EMS Vocoder 2000
EMS 8 Octave Filter Bank
ARP Odyssey MKII
ARP 2600 with 3620 keyboard
ARP Little Brother
ARP 1613 Sequencer
ARP Rhodes Chroma
Sequential Circuits T8
Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
Sequential Circuits Pro-One
Oberheim 4-Voice
Oberheim Xpander
Oberheim OB-Xa
Roland Jupiter 8
Roland Jupiter 6
Roland Jupiter 4
Roland MKS-80 Super Jupiter Rev. 4
Roland Juno 6
Roland Juno 60
Roland Juno 106
Roland SH-5
Roland SH-101
Roland TB-303
Roland RS-505
Roland TR-606
Roland TR-707
Roland TR-808
Roland TR-909
Roland CR-5000
Univox/Korg Maxikorg
Korg PS-3100
Korg MS-50
Korg MS-20
Korg MS-10
Korg SQ-10
Korg VC-10
Korg Mono/Poly
Steiner-Parker Synthacon
EML Electro-Comp 101
EML Electro-Comp 200
EML Electro-Comp 400/401
Crumar Spirit
Octave Cat MKI
Octave Cat Stick
Electric Dream Plant WASP
Gleeman Pentaphonic
Yamaha CS-60
Yamaha CS-70m
Yamaha CS-40m
Oxford OSCar
Paia Proteus
PPG Wave 2.2
DK Synergy
CMI Fairlight

Modern synths include:
Buchla Music Easel
STS Serge Animal and TKB
Metasonix Wretch Machine
Knas - The Ekdahl Polygamist

Re: Vintage Synthesizer Museum / Studio

Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2018 4:51 pm
by Annie
The Vintage Synth Museum is one of my favorite places to visit in the Bay Area. Lance, who runs the museum, is super friendly and knowledgeable and can help run you through operation and programming on any of the gear there. The rates are super reasonable, and the selection of gear is crazy! Vintage ARPs and Moogs, you got it. Roland Jupiter 4, 6, AND 8?! 303s, 808s, 909s, Oberheims, Korgs, Yamahas, a Fairlight?! They have it all and it's all set up for you to record whatever you like. Don't miss a chance to get your hands on some of the greatest instruments in electronic music history. This place is a must-visit for any DJs or producers who are visiting the Bay Area and want to spend some time on some instruments you may never have a chance to play.

Re: Vintage Synthesizer Museum / Studio

Posted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 4:18 am
by TheKeytarist
+1 for the VSM! I've been twice now and both times have been great. I hope to be back soon!

Re: Vintage Synthesizer Museum / Studio

Posted: Mon Aug 26, 2019 4:36 am
by analoglsd
Latest additions to VSM:
Voyetra Eight
Elka Synthex
Prophet VS
Cwejman S1 MkII
Pearl Syncussion SY-1
Simmons SDS3

Coming Soon:
Ionic Performer
3 panels of vintage paperface Serge and 2 panels of vintage STS Serge