Showing posts with label Moreschi. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Moreschi. Show all posts

Monday, August 16, 2021

The Forgotten Synthesizers Of Marche Region

video upload by HAINBACH

Update: you can find additional posts featuring The Museo Del Synth Marchigiano here.

"The Marche Region in Italy was home to a thriving industry of music instrument production from the 1950s to the mid-90s. Tens of thousands of people made organs, accordions and small runs of synthesizers that were like nothing else in the world. Much production closed in the 90s, leaving only a few companies around, and many people lost their jobs. The history of Marche synths was not talked about, too bitter were the memories. The Museo Del Synth Marchigiano aims to change that - a motley crew of synth lovers work together to get the story about this special time in music instrument history out.

I was invited to play a show at Acusmatic Festival in Ancona and visit the collection before. I was overwhelmed by the amazing sounds these machines made, so I captured them on tape and for use in my performance. I also just had to film every synth I could get my hand for you to enjoy. You will find instruments by Siel, Elka, Elgan, Farfisa, Crumar, CRB and more here."


Tuesday, August 11, 2020

1975 Imperial Organs/Moreschi - Computer System CD-1

via this auction

"The Imperial/Moreschi Computer System CD-1 is an extremely rare vintage analog synth. Is for sure one of the first programmable live electronics equipment.

With a drum machine, chords, bass, Arp with nice solo Flute, Musette, Oboe, and Clarinet.

With Strings, Modulation and Chord Dubbing/Program."

This is the first one to be featured on the site.


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