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Seth Roback saved to music
ROLAND TB-303 Bassline Analog Synthesizer VINTAGE SYNTH
When the music stopped being a matter of virtuosism and started being a ground for scientific research. Roland, Synclavier, Arp, DA Mellotron, EMS: Chris Carter's scans of (primarily) synthesizer manufacturers sales brochures, catalogues and advertising material from his extensive original...
Apostle Issaac Jones saved to Synthesizers
Trawling through the Retro Synth Ads site, looking for info on the Arp Omni flexi disc I posted in the Flexibition, I found all manner of great adverts from the 70’s, a time when designers played with the format a bit more. Here are my pick of the ones I came across although there’s over 5 years worth of posts to go through so I probably missed some. The Arp poster above is my favourite, would love one of those framed, there’s also some beautiful typefaces on display too.
Drew Brown saved to COMPUTER/VHS ETC
As a Synthwave producer the Yamaha DX7 is one of my favorite synths of all times so I have decided to make a tribute just because I love it.
Augustin-Ionut Zamfir saved to Retro Futuristic
Jacob Mauser saved to Vintage Audio
Roland Juno-60 synthesizer advertisement from page 35 of Keyboard Magazine January 1983. This advertisement ran throughout the first half of 1983 in Keyboard. For the month of January, the ad appeared on page 35, but for the rest of it's run (February to June) it ran on page 7. The ad resembles the Juno-6 ad I just blogged about very closely. In fact, a reader already familiar with the earlier Juno-6 ad may inadvertently pass over this one while turning the pages of the magazine. That…
Rylie Buckland saved to Noted
1981 – Movement MCS Drum Computer is a rare vintage drum machine from the UK made famous by Eurythmics in the “Sweet Dreams” video. The MCS had 14 voices and used 8-bit samples combined with analog...
Tim Wood saved to User Interface