Showing posts with label EMthree. Show all posts
Showing posts with label EMthree. Show all posts

Thursday, January 06, 2022

V.A.I. 58 - Welson Syntex / CRB 709 / Böhm Solist 78 / Emthree PFV3

video upload by Vintage Audio Institute Italia

This appears to be the first post to feature the CRB 709. You can search for gear via the search box on the top right of the site.

"All great instruments that have been featured before, the Böhm Solist 78 is such a great arrangement / songwriting tool, a auto accompaniment machine with a very distinct thin sound form the early 70s, built in Germany.
The rest of the gear is Italian, the Welson Syntex is a hidden gem of Italian synths, the ultra rare CRB 709 String machine is quite like the Elka Rhapsody 49 in timbre but still a bit different, it came equipped with a 5 inch power cable - thanks for that mod, previous owner. This song will be released later this spring, so all rights are reserved."

Friday, October 01, 2021

Introducing the Emthree PFV3

video upload by Vintage Audio Institute Italia

This appears to be the first demo of one on the site. One went up for sale back in 2016.

"Amazingly rare, battery run formant filter, or rather EQ, machine produced in Italy by Emthree, formerly Meazzi, probably in the early 1980s.
It has two modes:
1. Full on engage of three filters / EQ settings / Vowels by pressing the buttons.
2. Gradual engage by using the three potentiometers.

The two modes cannot be engaged simultaneously.

Vintage Audio Institute is a gear vendor and recording studio in the hills of Florence, Italy.
Thanks for watching."

See thee EMthree label below for more of their products.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

VAI 11 : Roland TR77 - Böhm Solist 78 - Digitech Synth Wah Envelope Filter

Vintage Audio Institute Italia

"The Roland TR77 Drum machine is going through the Emthree Pulsatron Mixer for crunch, phasing and spring reverb.
The Dr. Böhm Solist 78 is playing the bass through the Digitech Synth Wah Envelope Filter - pedal, while the first chords are going through a mysterious no-brand phaser "Rotor Monster" (that could be some kind of Vermona product), the seconds short decay chords go through the Roland RE-301 Space Echo.

The drum machines are not midi-or clock synced, just synced manually.

We make these videos as a showcase for our studio and for curious vintage heads - and for fun.

We don't dilly-dally too much with production and mixing but it can sound pretty good with headphones on."

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Raining Day Live Jam... as is! (Elka Synthex, OMB3, Welson Syntex, Solton M160, EmThree Pulsatron

Published on May 14, 2019 VSMI

"big raining day outside... I turned on my Welson Syntex - Elka Synthex- Elka OMB3 - Solton M160 - EmThree Pulsatron Mixer and play as is!"

Sunday, June 03, 2018

Elka OMB5 & EMthree Pulsatron Mixer - Live Jam In the Forest

Published on Jun 3, 2018 VSMI

Thursday, March 13, 2014

VINTAGE M3 EMTHREE Mini Synthy Guitar/Bass effect fuzz octaver drone synthesizer

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Published on Jul 29, 2013 Vintage Stompboxes·281 videos

via this auction

"A clip with the M3 EmThree Mini Synthy effect unit, with a Fender Telecaster and a vintage '72 Hiwatt DR103 + vintage '71 Hiwatt 4x12 cab with Fane speakers (with an SM57 mic in a Motu Ultralite MKIII and a Zoom Q3HD)"

"VINTAGE (70's) and SUPER RARE T. Danko M3 EMTHREE Mini Synthy, guitar Synthesizer for guitar (or other "cable" instruments)
Fuzz, double octave splitter and waveshaper, excelent for drone, doom, etc.
Standard 1/4" in/out Jacks.
A 9v DC connector as been added (to use with a "standard" power supply / transformer - same as Boss pedals, for example). Originaly it only operated on one 9v Battery.
Has a belt/strap clip on the back so it can be used in any environment."

Monday, July 11, 2011

MINI-SYNTHY by T. Danko M3 emthree

via this auction

Googlish description:

"That thing is called 'Mini-Synth' and I must really be extremely rare. It is probably something like an effect unit for guitar or something. Power supply must be installed as a 9V battery.

And how does that sound now? Difficult to describe. Is probably something simple like a synthesizer for guitar?

If you put into it when a guitar input and the whole thing connects to the amplifier, well, I'd say the guitar signal in such a way Square wave and converted into three separately controllable .... Broken octaves or so. Then there there's a hard-soft switches. Since I do not really know what you want, for me it sounds more like a loud-soft.

I think that was once intended as a substitute for synth-guitar bands.

The unit has a sturdy metal casing and looks pretty good, I would say almost as good as new. Perhaps what strange effect devices for collectors.

Another note for the fashion-conscious guitarists: You can wear the chic device at the belt! (At the back are hooks)"

See the T.Danko label below for more.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

M3 (emthree) Mini Synthy (T.Danko)

via Vemia

"Another incredibly rare device. I know of two or three of these in the world, but presumably there are more like 100 - it looks quite professionally done, and not at all a bodged hand-made thing. By T. Danko - either the Ukrainian freestyle wrestler or perhaps more likely Tomas Danko, a musician / sound designer from Sweden. Basically a double octave splitter / waveshaper... with a hard/soft switch which might be better labelled very hard / hard. Not for the faint-hearted."

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