Friday, August 13, 2010


One of my favorite toys is the EML-200.  It was made by the Electronic Music Laboratories between 1972-1980,  and about 400 were manufactured.  Mine is in excellent shape, and was purchased from the fine folks at Tone Tweakers (check them out!).  It has two oscillators,  an LFO,  a HPF,  a LPF,  ring modulators,  sample and hold,  spring reverb,  and more.  It seems to be more of an educational,  lab-oriented synth than a performance model,  but fun nonetheless.  If anyone has its companion piece for sale,  the EML 300 Manual Controller,  please drop me a line care of this blog. Thanks.  Also,  the 200 was meant to work as an add-on to the EML ElectroComp 101 keyboard synth (which I also own), but as a non-player of keyboards I keep them unconnected.

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