MATRIXSYNTH: Aelita - very rare and legendary soviet analogue synthesizer

Monday, May 01, 2017

Aelita - very rare and legendary soviet analogue synthesizer

via this auction

"Aelita - the Queen of Soviet synthesizers.

This Aelita is a real museum example. In good working condition and comes with a pedal, original case (very very rare), original user manual and DIN audio cable. DIN audio to XLR cable will also be included. No missing parts whatsoever. All functions work well and the sound is beautiful!

About Aelita:
3-oscillator monophonic synthesizer produced by the Murom radio plant in USSR in the eighties.
The device is housed in a strong aluminum body.
The synth has really impressive analog sound - it is convenient for modeling of fat analog basses, classic rock leads, hard razor waves, various space FX`s, noises, ambient textures and much more... It is able to form both hard and soft timbres. By activating the UNISON function, the number of simultaneously sounding voices may be 5 or 6. Because you can detune the three independent oscillators, it is possible to create "one finger chord hits".
A wide range of modulation functions are available, including RING MODULATION.
A 5 DIN audio OUT is situated at the rear of the synthesizer for connection of the volume control pedal or an external mixer/amplifier."

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