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Alesis QS7
The QS7 is undoubtedly a powerful and flexible synthesizer capable of creating rich sounds - both acoustic and electronic. There's 64 voices of polyphony and 16 parts multitimbrality and tons of memory and expand-ability! The QS7 uses digital additive/subtractive sample playback synthesis to create high quality stereo grand pianos, organs, strings, drums/percussion, brass, woodwinds, new and classic synth textures, General MIDI, and rhythmic/sonic loops.
Aries 300
ARP 2600
The second creation from ARP in 1971, the 2600 is more compact than its predecessor the 2500, and more streamlined to program. It is a semi modular analog synthesiser with each module internally connected. It features three oscillators, resonant filter, LFO (inc. sample & hold), ring mod, noise generator, built in speakers and a spring reverb. The main sound modules are internally wired for quick sound creation but patch cords can be plugged in to override internal signal routing to create more complex sounds. The attached 3620 controller keyboard improved on the older 3604P keyboard, adding two-voice polyphony, a built in LFO for adding expressive vibrato to the 2600 oscillators, portamento, envelope re trigger, pitch bend, octave transpose, and other features that greatly expanded the sound palette of the 2600.
Buchla 200/200e System
This system features original Buchla 200 series modules from the 1970’s, Buchla 200e modules from the 2000's and a few Buchla format clones from Verbos and Sputnik. Buchla’s original modular electronic music system was the result of a San Francisco Tape Music Center commission by composers Ramon Sender and Morton Subotnick in 1963. Subotnick envisioned a voltage-controlled instrument that would allow musicians and composers to create sounds suited to their own specifications, and Buchla designed a modular system that made it possible. The 100 modular series was installed at the San Francisco Tape Music Center in 1965 and later modules were offered through the musical instruments division of CBS. The Buchla 200 series replaced the previous model in 1970 and represented a significant advance in its design. Almost every parameter can be controlled from an external control voltage. Throughout the 70s, Buchla went on to experiment with digital designs and computer controlled systems and in 2004 he returned to modular design with the hybrid 200e system, which uses digital microprocessors.

The Buchla Break Out Box lives with this system and offers a link to the non-Buchla world.
Dierstein Ondes Musicales
The Dierstein Ondes Musicales is a contemporary reproduction of the final Concert model of Maurice Martenot's instrument introduced in 1928, the ondes Martenot, or Martenot waves. Martenot's instrument is the repertory champ of electronic musical instruments, appearing in some one thousand compositions, film scores, and incidental music with diverse instrumental orchestrations in various stylistic genres.

The original ondes Martenot used vacuum tube technology inspired by Leon Theremin's namesake instrument (known as the Aetherphone at the time), which Maurice Martenot heard at concerts in Paris during the late 'twenties. Two supersonic oscillators create an audible difference tone when the controls of the ondes Martenot (or theremin) are played. The difference between these two oscillator frequencies- one fixed, the other moveable- creates the pitch we hear. This provides the ability to produce pitches continuously from lowest to highest, and provides both instruments with their characteristic gliding pitch, or portamento idiomatic expression. Both the theremin and ondes Martenot are monophonic.

Such instruments were said to create music "from the ether," due to their otherworldly sounds. The luminiferous ether was a suppositional substance contrived by 19th century physicists to account for how light necessarily must pass through the emptiness of space, by analogy with sound-which actually does require a material elastic medium such as air. Physicists later learned that light acts both as a wave (like sound), and as a particle (unlike sound). Nevertheless, outer space associations with both instruments-as well as electronic musical instruments in general, persist to this day!

Jean-Loup Dierstein services and restores instruments for Jean-Michel Jarre, Vangelis, and Daft Punk, and for studios throughout France. After two years in development, Dierstein presented his first production ondes Musicales to Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead in 2011. Dierstein's ondes Musicales is a faithful reproduction of Martenot's Concert (transistor) model of some 23 years earlier. Pitch is controlled either by keyboard, or by the ruban (moveable wire) just below the keyboard, which allows continuous changes of pitch. Sound is articulated by depressing a rectangular button with the left hand, and it is this separation of pitch selection and pitch articulation that provides the characteristic "un-keyboard-like" expression. Witness how string and wind instruments function with corresponding divisions of labor. Production of the three different speakers used by the ondes Martenot, and now Dierstein's latter day version, the ondes Musicales are in process.

Ondes Martenot Demo by Jean Laurendeau

Ondes Martenot: Three Speaker Systems by Estelle Lemire

Dierstein ondes Musicales by Thomas Bloch

Musicworks article by Caroline Martel, also the director of an excellent film about the Ondes Martenot: Wavemakers

Jean-Loup Dierstein’s Home Page (in French)
EMS VCS3 Workstation
EMS VCS3 Workstation features a VCS3 MkI, VCS3 MkII, EMS Pitch to Voltage Converter, Fixed Filter Bank, Random Voltage Generator.

Conceived as an affordable flexible semi-modular synthesizer in miniature, the VCS3 (Voltage Controlled Studio, version #3) was the first portable synthesiser offered on the open market, beating the Minimoog by a year. Like the VCS1, the VCS3 could process external sounds as well as generate them internally. Designer Zinovieff, a geologist, applied a scientist's analytical bent to his interest in electronic music. The ‘Pin Panel Matrix’ for patching is one of the VCS3’s most distinctive features. Tristram Cary designed the instrument in the new ‘L-shape’, so that the machine could be used at a desk as a teaching machine, and for demonstrations, as well as composition. There was no keyboard, but there was a joystick, adapted from the radio-control mechanism of a model aircraft. It also included an integral amplifier, stereo speakers, and stereo inputs.

The principal difference between the Mk I and the later issue Mk II was that the Mk I allowed individual patching of each VCO waveform on the matrix board, whereas the Mk II dispensed with this and allowed for more input/output routings.
Fender Rhodes Mk 1
Fender Rhodes MARK 1 Stage Piano
The GRP A8 is one of the physically largest synthesisers ever made. Only 23 intsruments were produced - 22 for the production line and one designer Roman Groppioni Paolo made for his own personal use. The GRP A8 is completely pre-wired, with a huge number of switches and knobs to change the many parameters available at every stage of the signal flow. It consists of two completely identical (upper and lower)synthesizer systems It can be used as a mono (6 VCOs), duo (2x3 VCOs) or poly (2x3 VCOs) synth. The difference between the two-part DUAL and POLY modes is that in the first case a common MIDI channel controls both sounds at the same time. In POLY, on the other hand, two separate MIDI channels can be selected. Its LFOs have an enormous frequency range from low frequency to 1700 Hertz.

The GRP A8 offers:
6x VCOs
6x sub-oscillators
1x noise (for audio and modulation)
2x ring modulator
2x 24dB lowpass filters
2x 12dB multimode filters
2x fixed filter banks
8x VCAs
4x DAHDSR envelopes
3x ADSR envelopes
2x VC LFO (with MIDI sync)
1x general LFO
3x audio-mixer
1x sample & hold (with MIDI sync and EG control function)
1×16 (2×8) step CV & trigger sequencer (with MIDI sync)
1x auto pan module
2x portamento
reference tone (A=440 Hz)
9x audio out rear (Upper R/L, Lower R/L, Main Low R/L, Main High R/L, Mono)
6x audio out front (Main Low R/L, Main High R/L, Mono, Phones)
CV – gate – trigger panel
1939 Hammond Novachord
The Novachord is a polyphonic electronic organ and was Hammonds first electronic tube based instrument. It uses 163 vacuum tubes to control and generate sound and has a seventy two note keyboard with a simple pressure sensitive system that allowed control over the attack and timbre of the note. The sound was produced by a series of 12 oscillators that gave a six octave range using a frequency division technique - the Novachord was one of the first electronic instruments to use this technique which later became standard in electronic keyboard instruments. A total of 1096 models were built and this particular instrument is one of three known to be still functional.
Moog System 55
Moog System 55 + 953 Duophonic Keyboard.

The mightiest of all analog modular synthesisers, Moog Music's largest standard configuration (System 35 and Model 15 are smaller systems) provides late 'sixties & early 'seventies modules identical to those designed by Bob Moog and his early engineering team. The Moog Modular System 55 is not a "restoration" or "new old stock." It's a part-for-part brand new production of a Moog System 55. It's an original.

The System 55 is a subtractive synthesiser, one that processes complex pulse, sawtooth, triangle, and noise waveforms using a complement of filters. Low pass, high pass, band pass, band reject, and fixed filter bank (for creating formants) functions are provided. The System 55 is an analog synthesizer that processes continuously variable electronic signals, providing immediate and smooth responses to all user-programming decisions.

Keith Emerson "Lucky Man" Moog modular solo

Wendy Carlos Home Page

50th Anniversary Moog Modular Synthesizer

Moog Music, Inc.
Oberheim OB-X 8
Roland System 100
RMI harmonic synthesizer
The Harmonic Synthesizer is a monophonic synthesizer that was first produced in 1974 by the American Rocky Mount Instruments. The case is made of black vinyl and has four chrome legs to support it. It features two sets of 16 harmonic drawbars + some awesome modulation options.
Serge '75 Paperface
This rare Serge Paperface system was originally bought by LaTrobe University and existed in their music department until it was closed c.2000. It was specified by composer and artist Warren Burt and has since been restored to near original condition by renowned Serge authority Ken Stone.

Here is the list of the 12 modules and what they contain:
2 x Negative Slew, Sequencer, Programmer.
2 x Sequencer, Programmer, Bi-directional Router.
3 x Envelope Generator (2), Oscillator (2), Gate (2), Filter (2).
1 x Mults (2), Analogue Shift Register, Dual Processor, Noise Source, Mixer, Random Voltage Generator, Stepped Function VC Generator.
1 x Mults, Bi-Directional Quad-Switch, Glide (12), Peak/Trough
1 x Schmitt Trigger, Positive Slew, Dual Processors, Noise Source, LED’s, Random Voltage Generator, Mults, Stepped Function VC Generator.
1 x Mults, Bi-Directional Quad-Switch, Mixer (2), Triple Wave Shaper, Phaser, Reverb, Outputs.
1 x Peak/Trough, Analogue Shift Register, Mixer (2), Ring (2), Phaser, Reverb, Outputs.
Therevox ET-4.3
Transaudio System Workstation
The Transaudio workstation features the very rare Pro-Case 6, Swappable System and 3 Oscillator rack system.

ProCase 6 (1976) - a Melbourne-made analog modular styled synthesiser featuring 6 oscillators, 4 filters, 3 envelopes, 2 noise generators, ring mod, random voltage generator, 10 step sequencer, pitch-to-voltage converter and spring reverb. The system is orientated around a central pin matrix where all connections (audio & CV) are made by inserting pins to complete connections. This is one of three instruments in existence and its creation was inspired by the VCS3 and Synthi 100. An incredibly rare and unique instrument developed and built here in Melbourne in 1976.
Yamaha FX20 Organ


Analogue Systems
The Analogue Systems RS-8000 modular system is built around a12U walnut cabinet and houses a range of Analogue Systems modules including the RS-130 Programmable Scale Generator, the RS-140 MIDI to CV converter and the RS-300 CV - MIDI converter. This system features modulation and voicing modules and built in trunk lines which allows it to integrate easily into the studio environment.

See link below for more information -

Main Box

RS-200 Sequencer Box
Bastl Rumburack
Rumburack 2.0 is compact hybrid analogue/digital modular system housed in a custom timber carry case with metal latches and a leather strap. It features standard analogue voice and signal processing modules like voltage controlled oscillators, filters and amplifiers along side drum and sample modules that can all be controlled via modulation and sequencing modules.

Bastl Rumburack system comprising:
Quattro Figaro
Tea Kick
Little Nerd
CV Trinity
Tea Kick
Knit Rider

Buchla Break Out Box (for the Buchla 200/e System)

This 2 x 84hp rack lives with the Buchla 200/e system and serves to link Buchla to the outside world, and the outside world to Buchla via the Synovatron converter module and the Found Sound FORMAT module which are the only permanent modules in this system. The case also features extra sequencing power and other dedicated analog drum modules. This system is known to change but will always house modules similar in functionality and size to the Modular Grid listing above.
Catgirl Synth Triadex Muse Interface
Catgirl Synth Triadex Muse Interface
Doepfer Monster System 672HP
Monster 672HP Doepfer System in an A100 case.
Digitana Synthi AKS CV & Gate Interface
Digitana Synthi AKS CV & Gate Interface Shuttle System
The Shuttle System is a 3U performance instrument containing 5 eurorack modules housed in a custom 84hp case. The system is made up of a USB-MIDI-CV interface, voltage controlled oscillator, dual gate with 8 resonant filter modes, mixing and utilites modules.
Erica Fusion Drone System
Erica Fusion Drone System
Erica Synths Techno System
Erica Synths Techno System is the ultimate tool for rhythm-based music production, live performances and sound design. The drum modules are internally patched to the sequencer, so they receive trigger and accent signals even without patching relevant patch cables therefore allowing you to fully focus on the audio signal patching. With a bit of imagination, you’ll find that it’s not limited to specific music genres — it just depends on your creativity in patching and settings of modules. The potential is unlimited!
The folmR Eurorack Collection
The folmR System is an 6 case monster eurorack system built into Doepfer A-100 powered cases. The system houses a large selection of modules from various manufacturers between the mid to late 2010's with companies like AJH, Verbos,, Vermona, Doepfer, PolyEnd, WMD and many others being heavily represented. This system is a great example of late 2010's eurack obsession.

Case 1 & 2

Case 3 & 5

Case 4 (Left Wing)

Case 6 (Right Wing)
HOEM #1: Roland, MiniMod, Malekko, Bubblesound, QU-Bit

Roland 512 VCO
Roland 521 VCF
Roland 530 VCA
Roland 540 ENV/LFO
Roland 572 Phase Shifter
MiniMod AJH Synth ­ Contour Generators
MiniMod AJH Synth ­ Glide + Noise
Mutable Instruments Yarns
MiniMod AJH Synth ­ Vintage Transistor Core VCO
MiniMod AJH Synth ­ Vintage Transistor Core VCO
MiniMod AJH Synth ­ Vintage Transistor Core VCO
MiniMod AJH Synth ­ Transistor Ladder Filter VCF
MiniMod AJH Synth ­ Discrete Cascaded VCA
MiniMod AJH Synth ­ Discrete Cascaded VCA
MiniMod AJH Synth ­ Contour Generators
Malekko Heavy Industry Richter NoiseRing
Bubblesound VCOb Version 2
Bubblesound VCOb Version 2
Bubblesound uLFO
Bubblesound LVL+RM
Bubblesound Dual SeM20 Filter
Bubblesound dlADSR
Bubblesound VCA4p
Bubblesound Mix B
Make Noise Rosie
Malekko AD/LFO
Malekko Performance Buffered Mult (MLT)
Malekko Heavy Industry Invert Mix (IMX)
Malekko Heavy Industry Mute 4 (MTE 4)
Malekko Heavy Industry Noise
Malekko Heavy Industry Mix 4
Malekko Heavy Industry Varigate 4v
QU-Bit Electronix Tri­ger
QU-Bit Electronix Octone
QU-Bit Electronix Octone
QU-Bit Electronix Nano Rand Silver Faceplate
QU-Bit Electronix EON
QU-Bit Electronix Nebulae v1.1 with Silver Panel
QU-Bit Electronix RT60 (Silver)
HOEM #2: Sputnik, Circuit Abbey

Sputnik Modular 5­Step Voltage Source (Shaft Knobs)
Sputnik Modular Selector
Sputnik Modular Quad Function and Trigger Source
Sputnik Modular CV Processor
Sputnik Modular West Coast Random Source
Intellijel uMidi
Sputnik Modular Multi­Touch Keyboard Controller
Sputnik Modular Dual Oscillator
Sputnik Modular Oscillator
Sputnik Modular Oscillator
Sputnik Modular QUAD VCF/VCA
Sputnik Modular Valve Multiplier
Sputnik Modular Four­Tap Delay and Dual Crossfader
Sputnik Modular EF/PreAmp
Circuit Abbey Unify Input Expander
Circuit Abbey Unify
HOEM #3: Intellijel, XAOC

Intellijel uStep (version 2.0)
Intellijel uScale II
Intellijel OR
Intellijel Metropolis
Intellijel uStep (version 2.0)
Intellijel Quadra Expander
Intellijel Quadra
Intellijel Buff Mult (BM)
Intellijel Polaris
Intellijel uVCF
Intellijel Mult
Intellijel Audio Interface II
Intellijel uMidi
XAOC Batumi
Intellijel uVCA II
Intellijel Triatt
Intellijel Planar
Intellijel Dual ADSR
Intellijel Linix
Intellijel Mutamix
Intellijel uJack
Intellijel Dixie II+
Intellijel Dixie II+
Intellijel Rubicon
Intellijel uFold II
Intellijel Triatt
Intellijel Dixie II
Intellijel uMod II
Intellijel Azimuth II
Intellijel Korgasmatron II
Intellijel ?
Intellijel Springray Reverb
Intellijel Quadra Expander
Intellijel Quadra
Intellijel Dr. Octature II
Intellijel Cylonix Shapeshifter v1.04
Intellijel Mult
Intellijel Buff Mult (BM)
Intellijel Rainmaker
HOEM #4: The Harvestman, Snazzy FX, Waldorf

Mutable Instruments Yarns
The Harvestman Kermit
The Harvestman Tyme Sefari MKII
The Harvestman A Sound Of Thunder MKII
The Harvestman Malgorithm MKII (Firmware V1.5)
The Harvestman King Slender
Waldorf NW1 Wavetable Module
Steady State Fate (SSF) Mixmode
The Harvestman Polivoks VCG MKII
The Harvestman Polivoks VCG MKII
The Harvestman Polivoks Modulator
The Harvestman Polivoks ?
The Harvestman Polivoks VCA/Env
The Harvestman Polivoks VCF
The Harvestman Polivoks Modulator
The Harvestman Polivoks VCA/Env
The Harvestman Black Locust
Make Noise Rosie
Snazzy FX Ardcore
Snazzy FX Ardcore Expander
Snazzy FX Dreamboat
Snazzy FX Chaos Brother
Snazzy FX Dronebank
Snazzy FX Tidal Wave
Snazzy FX Telephone Game
Snazzy FX Wow and Flutter
The Harvestman Piston Honda MKII (Firmware v2.0)
The Harvestman Hertz Donut MKII (Firmware V2.0)
The Harvestman Stillson Hammer MK2
The Harvestman Double Andore mk2
The Harvestman Zorlon Cannon MKII (Firmware 1 V2.0)
The Harvestman Miggs
HOEM #5: Verbos

Verbos Multiple
Verbos Random Sampling
Verbos Sequence Selector
Verbos Amplitude & Tone Controller
Verbos Scan & Pan
Mutable Instruments Yarns
Verbos Touchplate Keyboard
Make Noise Rosie
Verbos Complex Oscillator
Verbos Complex Oscillator
Verbos Harmonic Oscillator
Verbos Voltage Multistage
Verbos Multi-Envelope
Verbos Amplitude & Tone Controller
Verbos Dual Four Pole
Mad Chiller Eurorack System Pt 1 + Pt 2
Please click on links below for more info on this system.

Mad Chiller Pt 1
Mad Chiller Pt2
Make Noise Black and Gold Shared System
(2015) Modern hybrid analog/digital eurorack modular synthesiser bringing together all of Make Noise's synthesis techniques into one system - analog FM to voltage-controlled granularization.
(Note: This is Make Noise's slightly updated version of the Black and Gold Shared System and is slightly different to the one at MESS). (MESS current)
Make Noise Skiff 1
A great way to leap into the world of Make Noise.

3U Make Noise Skiff 1:

System includes the following modules -
Wogglebug V2
Rene V1
Modemix V2
Moog DFAM Rack
2 x Moog DFAM's and 1 x Moog Mother 32 racked for convenience and ready for a trip into your very own analog dream.
Moog Mother 32 Rack System
(2014) Tabletop semi-modular eurorack styled single oscillator analog synthesiser featuring onboard keyboard sequencer and plenty of in/out patch points to connect up with other CV equipment.

This rack features:
2 x Moog Mother 32
Soundmachines LS1
Synthrotek Echo
Future Sound Systems FIL-1 Convulsion Generator
Tiptop Audio uZeus
Delptronics LDB-2e x 2
Delptronics LDB-2x
Delptronics Trigger Man x 2

Roland Skiff 2
3U 84HP Roland Case featuring the Aira Effects:

Roland Torcido
Roland Bitrazer
Roland Scooper
Roland Demora
Santino System
Studio Electronics/Erica 3U Skiff
Studio Electronics/Erica 3U Skiff


Access Virus TI Keyboard
The Access Virus Ti2 Keyboard is an 80 voice, 61 key polyphonic synthesiser tailored towards modern dance music production. It features a DSP based sound engine with a vast variety of sound sources, filters, modulation options and effects. The Ti2 can be used as a stand alone instrument but also acts as both an audio and midi interface with extensive possibilities for computer integration via their Virus Control plug in.
Analogue Solutions Fusebox
Fusebox is a standalone analogue monosynth with the flexibility of a suitcase modular. It features 3 voltage controlled oscillators, a state variable filter, 2 envelope generators, 2 low frequency oscillators, a suboctave and noise generator, and an arpeggiator. It has an extensive range of CV inputs and outputs that allow for cross-patching within itself to create an infinite range of sounds, or to integrate with other CV connectable synthesisers. Fusebox can integrate with the outside world via it’s built in MIDI to CV converter.
Analogue Solutions Impulse Command
From Analogue Solutions:

"True stereo analogue synth / sonic realiser. Perfect for melodic and percussion loops. Very easy (and fun!) to create modular style analogue loops. It’s a complete sound track all by itself!

It’s wrong to call it a synthesizer (in fact a new word needs to be invented) because then you get preconceived ideas about what it does. It’s a whole lot more than a synth. It’s also part drum synth, part pattern generator, part modular loop producer.

All its unique features plus the 2 independent LPFs give this machine the ability to produce stereo loops that sound like multiple synths playing at once.

Special features:

Analogue synth: analogue audio and modulation circuits

Stereo / dual filters

This synth can sound like multiple synths all at once

Stereo digital effects (reverb and delay)

16 step analogue sequencer

16 step MIDI Note sequencer

Dynamic internal patch system

ReOrder! feature to create new melodies from the sequencer

Dynamic VCO mix levels


High quality build

Impulse Command is a compact true analogue synth in a neat, smart, package. When we say ‘real analogue’ we mean that the entire audio path (aside from the post effects of course!) and all modulation are entirely analogue, using circuits based on awesome sounding vintage 1970s designs."
Analogue Solutions Mega City Tear Drop Step Sequencer + Nyborg -12 + -24 System
Analogue Solutions Mega City Tear Drop Step Sequencer racked in a custom VCS-3 styled timber cabinet alongside Analogue Solutions Nyborg-12 & Nyborg-24 Synthesiser modules.
Analog Solutions Vostok 2020
The Analog Solutions Vostok 2020 is a standalone semi-modular analogue synthesiser built around a patchable pin matrix for connecting the various sound and modulation sources and destinations together. It features a moving coil signal meter, joystick controller, spring reverb alongside voltage controlled oscillators, filters and amplifiers . Vostok 2020 is a modern instrument that very much signals to its past.
ARTURIA Microfreak
ASM Hydrasynth
The HYDRASYNTH keyboard is both a sound designers dream synth as well as a performing musicians ideal. The sound engine is designed for maximum flexibility. At the same time, we designed the user interface in a way to allow you to edit the patch quickly with a minimal amount of paging and many workflow shortcuts.

Utilizing an advanced wavetable synthesis engine, 3 Oscillators, dual Wave Mutators and 2 filters that can be configured in series or parallel, the tone generating capabilities are unmatched.

As for the performance capabilities, The HYDRASYNTH keyboard has our proprietary Polytouch™ keybed that offers polyphonic aftertouch over each note, giving you the type of expressive control found only in certain vintage synths.

Add to this a 4 octave ribbon controller and ergonomically designed pitch and mod wheels and you have expression and control that is not equaled in any other hardware synthesizer on the market… Today or ever.
Casiotone MT-40
Casiotone MT-40
Crumar MOJO61
Crumar Seven
Deckard's Dream + FX Expander
The Deckard's Dream + Effects Expander is here! This instrument is a recent rack mounted device that the designer states was "inspired by a certain cinematic sound from the late 1970s and early 1980s."
Dreadbox Erebus
Dreadbox Erebus
Dreadbox NYX V2
Dreadbox NYX V2
Dreadbox Typhon
DSI/Tom Oberheim OB6
Electro Faustus Drone Thing
Electro Faustus Drone Thing
EMS Synthi A
(1971) 3 oscillator analog synthesiser featuring a 30 key touch sensitive membrane keyboard and early 256 event digital sequencer. This is the the VCS3 redesigned to fit into a portable suitcase. The AKS denotes that this is the version that comes with a keyboard and sequencer built into the lid. The ultimate portable cosmic machine.
EMS Synthi AKS
Ensoniq ESQ-1
Eowave Quadrantid Swarm
Erica Synths Bassline
Erica Synths Bassline
Erica Synths SYNTRX
SYNTRX from Erica Synths is a unique all analogue synthesiser with a digitally controlled analogue patch/mixer matrix.

3 highly accurate VCOs that track great over 8 octaves
Octave switch for the VCO1
Sync option for the VCO2
Noise generator with “colour” filter
Resonant VCF
Ring modulator
Spring reverb
ASR/AD looping envelope generator
Joystick controller
Input amplifier with adjustable gain
3 VCAs
Sample & Hold circuit with an individual clock
Output signal filter
Mechanical CV/audio signal level indicator
MIDI In and MIDI Thru
Built in speakers

Based on the famous Synthi AKS, the Syntrx was developed with engineers from Riga Technical University and features a user interface challenging conventional wisdom in a sound design.

Flame Maander
Fred's Lab Buzzzy! MIDI polysynth
Grendel Drone Commander Classic Pedal
Hansy 1010
The HANSY is a duophonic hybrid synthesiser developed as an open source instrument in response to Korgs release of their widely loved Minilogue. It features standard waveforms like triangle, sine, saw and pulse, alongside special waveforms TriSquare, SawSquare, Pro2, MKSsynthesiser and over 4300 wavetables, paired with a Mutable Instruments analogue filter, all of which can be controlled with the onboard sequencer and arpeggiator. HANSY is capable of phase distortion and vector synthesis.
JMT LD-2 Desktop Synthesizer
The RVO-3 from JMT Synth, is a desktop noise synthesiser. It has a main VCO with a frequency, waveshape and stabilty control knob and a push button that allows a short envelope to control the frequency. A noise generator with level control can also be switched to be mixed into the circuit.
JMT Synth Custom Synthesizer
Kawai FS800 Superboard
A special underrated digital keyboard synth. This synth was passed down to the current Studio Manager, Lauren Squire, from her Grandmother Sandra.
Korg DSS-1 61-Key Digital Sampling Synthesizer
Koma Elektronik Field Kit Electro Acoustic Workstation
Koma Elektronik Field Kit FX Modular Multi-Effects Processor
Korg Little Bits
Korg MiniKORG 700
Korg Minilogue
Korg MS-10
The Korg MS-10 is a mad bottom end bass machine. A simple and intuitive little sibling to the MS-20. Despite the reduced ingredients, it has a few tricks up its sleeve thanks to the patch bay!
Korg MS-20
(1978) 3 octave, 2 oscillator monophonic synthesiser with hard wired and patchable connections. A very gritty vintage mono synth.
Korg MS-20M + SQ-1
(2014) Modern version of the classic 1978 MS20. Improved functionality on the original with an added SQ-1 sequencer!. Desktop format, no keyboard.
Korg MS20 Stack
Korg MS20
Korg MS20
DIY Modular Cross Patch System
Korg MS2000R Analog Modeling Synthesizer
Korg OpSix
KORG Poly 61

Korg Volca Collection
Korg Volca Sample
Korg Volca Beats
Korg Volca Bass
Korg Volca Keys
Korg Volca Mix
Korg Wavestate
Kurzweil K2000
Kurzweil K2000
MeeBlip Geode
Melbourne Instruments NINA 12-voice Synthesiser
NINA is a 12-voice Analog Polyphonic and Multi-timbral Synthesizer
featuring revolutionary motorised controls and patch recall that finally
enables real-time control surface display and automation that synth
players have dreamt of for decades.

NINA combines the lush thick sound qualities and hands-on tactility
of classic analog synths with the versatility, advanced functionality and
MIDI compatibility usually only found on modern digital equipment.
The result is an intelligent, yet unique sounding analog synth you can
seamlessly integrate into your creative workflow and live performance to
enjoy modern soft synth functionality from a real, physical instrument.
Mellotron D MINI 4000
With 100 sounds from numerous Mellotron and Chamberlin models built in from high quality 24 bit digital uncompressed original sources. A custom built full Mellotron style wood keyboard with depth sensitivity and polyphonic aftertouch out via MIDI. The front panel user interface has 2 TFT-displays of high quality and are capable of showing pictures of the actual instruments.
MFB Dominion Club
MFB Kraftzwerg
MFB Tanzbär Lite
MFB Tanzmaus
Mini Moog Model D
Mini Moog Model D
Møffenzeef [INTENSIFIES]
"Moffenzeef's [INTENSIFIES] does not care about you: it just cares about making a raucous mess of devastating sound. Functioning both as a powerfully destructive analog sample rate reducer/distortion and a light-controlled noise/drone synth, [INTENSIFIES] is not for the faint of heart.

Oh yeah, and it's loud—like 12Vpp loud—so get ready to be blown straight out of your socks.

Turn any sound into a howling, screaming, aliasing hot mess of fuzz and crackle. Revel in the fact that this thing has no footswitches (that's right, it's not really a pedal). If you love chaos, things are about to get intense."
Møffenzeef M.S.G II
The “MSG” (Mini Sound Generator) II is packed with 8 rich algorithms. This little noise box can make a wide palette of sounds! MSG II can do: FM synthesis, AM synthesis, Phase distortion synthesis, hard sync, wavetable synthesis, detuned triangle waves, detuned sawtooth waves and our famous byte-beat inspired glitch algorithm.
Moffenzeef Stargazer
Dual wavetable oscillator with ninety arbitrary waveforms, two resonant lowpass filters, three wavetable LFØ's, sample rate reduction, bit rate reduction, amplitude modulation, and CMØS distortion. The expression pedal input can be used to control the speed of all three LFØs at the same time, which frees up your hands to control other aspects of the drone.
Moog Etherwave Theremin
The Plus of the Moog Etherwave Theremin extends this instrument into the realm of functioning as a CV/Gate controller. The Etherwave Plus has the same sound engine of an Etherwave model, but provides separate control signal (CV) outputs for each antenna, and Gate (Trigger) output as well. The Etherwave Plus allows CV/Gate keyboards and/or analog voltage-controlled modules to function under theremin control.

The theremin was developed by the Russian Lev Termen in 1919, whose name was Gallicized to Leon Theremin during his successful concerts in France in the late 'twenties. The instrument is played without being touched, by moving one’s hands into electromagnetic fields surrounding pitch and loudness antennae. The theremin enjoyed a vogue in film scores during the 'forties and 'fifties, although it appears in more-recent underscores.

The earliest virtuoso performers on the instrument were female, a tradition that continues. Clara Rockmore, Lucy Bigelow Rosen, Pamelia Kurstin (theremin walking bass not to be missed), Carolina Eyck, Dorit Chrysler, and Katica Illényi are exemplary of this tradition.

The Nadia Reisenberg and Clara Rockmore Foundation

Rare Lucy Bigelow Rosen Theremin Recording

Carolina Eyck Website

Pamelia Kurstin TED Talk

Dorit Chrysler Website

Katica Illényi - Ennio Morricone’s Once Upon a Time in the West
Moog Sonic 6
(1972-1979) Duophonic analog synthesiser housed in a portable briefcase featuring 2 oscillators and a 49 note keyboard.

Moog Subsequent 37
Moog Voyager "Old School”
The Old School model may look, at first glance, like an updated version of the venerable Minimoog Model D. Its mixer section reveals the same five audio sources: 3 oscillators, noise, and an External Input. But, if the Old School is a descendant of the Minimoog, it is a Minimoog on steroids: dual high pass & low pass filters with band pass capabilities; stereo VCAs; complete ADSR envelope generators; two modulation busses routing an augmented number of controllers to an increased number of destinations; and a rear panel with 11 control inputs, effects loop insert point, 3 Gate inputs, and stereo audio outputs. That's not your grandfather's Minimoog!

The Voyager Old School provides not only a rich Moog multi-oscillator sound, but it is also an instrument that bridges the gap between hard-wired and modular systems, given its Input/Output connections. Its 44 note keyboard is sufficiently long that the Old School might perform as a keyboard controller for a Moog 900 Series Modular System, particularly given the wealth of inputs and outputs on the Voyager. And, unlike the original Moog Modular System Keyboard Controllers, it would do so with keyboard velocity and force (incorrectly called "pressure") sensitivity. Not just sound but sensitivity.

Minimoog Voyager Old School Website
Novation Bass Station
Novation Circuit Mono Station
Novation Circuit Mono Station
Novation Summit
Nozoïd MMO-3
Nozoïd OCS-2
Oberheim OBX-8
Oberheim Two Voice Pro
Tom Oberheim’s Two Voice Pro Synthesizer is the modern incarnation of his classic Two Voice Synth of the mid-’70s.

Here is Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith making some great sounds!
Suzuki Omnichord System Two OM-84
Поливокс (The Polivoks)
From Wikipedia: The Polivoks (also occasionally referred to as the Polyvox) (Rus.: Поливокс) is a duophonic, analog synthesizer manufactured and marketed in the Soviet Union between 1982 and 1990. It is arguably the most popular and well known Soviet synthesizer in the west, likely due to the uniqueness of both its appearance and sound.
Поливокс - Polivoks-M (mini) (Elta Reissue)
Поливокс - Polivoks Pro
The reissued Polivoks synthesizer is a new, compact keyboardless version of the original design. Featuring MIDI and USB, this thing is a beautifully designed reinterpretation of the original. Easy to use and connecting to your DAW sequencer is a breeze. There was only 100 units produced!
Polyend/Dreadbox Medusa Hybrid Synthesiser
Rare Waves Hydronium
ResonanceCircuits Enochian Dream
Instant ambient bliss!
Roland D-10
Roland JP-8000
Roland JX-3P 61-Key Programmable Preset Polyphonic Synthesizer
Roland JX-8P with PG800 Programmer
Roland JX-8P is a 61-key, velocity- and aftertouch-sensitive, six-note polyphonic, almost entirely analog synthesizer released by Roland in 1985.
Roland Juno 106
An ultimate classic poly synth!
Roland MC-202
ROLAND MT-32 Multi Timbre Sound Module
Roland SH-1000
(1973-1981) Roland’s first portable analog monophonic synthesiser. Features a 3 octave keyboard and 10 presets which allow for immediate access to rich sounds which can be shaped and modified using the filter, envelope and waveform select switches, sliders and knobs.
Roland SH-101
(1982) 32 key, monophonic analog synthesizer. Features a single oscillator, arpeggiator, portamento and loads of sliders to modulate filter and envelope parameters. The ultimate techno synth.
Roland Strings RS-101
Released in 1975, the RS-101 in was Roland's first string synthesiser. A classic sounding string machine with just a few sliders and switches which open up a rich pallet of analogue goodness!
Roland MT-32 Multi Timbre Sound Module
Sequential Circuits/Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2
Sequential Pro 3
Soma Cosmos Drifting Memory Station
Soma Labs LYRA-8
Welcome to the world of sound of LYRA-8, the unique organismic analogue synthesizer designed by Vlad Kreimer. “Organismic” means that LYRA uses some principles that lie in the base of living organisms. The way how LYRA’s modules interacting between each other and the behaviour of the instrument resembles a live conversation.
Soma The Pipe
Tasty Chips Electronic GR-1
Triadex Muse
This tabletop digital system developed in 1972 by MIT professors Marvin Minsky and Edward Fredkin was more an experiment in deterministic sound generation and artificial intelligence than a musical instrument. It directly outputs lengthy repeatable sequences of pitched tones when programmed.

Eight 40-position slide pots act in lieu of a keyboard to alter binary logic circuits, and this digital signal is passed through a digital to analog (DA) convertor to create a sequence of audible tones. Some claim the Muse is producing "random" sequences, but those sequences are totally determined by Interval, Theme, and selected note name settings of the sliders. There are Volume, Tempo, Pitch, and Fine Pitch controls as well.

Muse by Triadex found acceptance by various avant-garde musicians, particularly in Philadelphia, although evidence of extant musical works is scant. Maryanne Amacher composed "eartone" music with the Muse during her tenure at the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies.

Engadget Music Thing Feature

Vintage Synth Explorer Entry

Demonstration Video: The Triadex Muse in Action
UDO Super 6
Vermona PERfourMER MKII

Waldorf Iridium
After introducing Iridium as a high-class synthesizer in a compact desktop form factor Waldorf take the concept further forward with the Iridium Keyboard. It’s boosting an all-new 49-key FATAR TP/8SK semi-weighted polyphonic aftertouch pressure-providing keyboard as the first such implementation of that keyboard in the world, with an expanded front panel proffering one-knob-per-function control as a workflow-raising result of this high-class synthesizer’s palpable physical makeover, also allowing for six freely-programmable Macro buttons with which users can define functions from a wide range of features for additional performance control.

Tremendous tonal changes flow freely when playing the Iridium Keyboard live since polyphonic aftertouch is transmitted individually for each note played. Performers can conceivably play and hold down any number of keys simultaneously, subsequently moving each finger individually. In other words, individual keys are affected by the pressure applied by each finger, thereby creating, for instance, individual data streams for modulation purposes, whereas with monophonic (Channel) aftertouch all notes played will respond in the same way. With a powerful Mod Matrix offering 40 independent modulation assignments, each with individual settings for Source, Amount, and Destination, Iridium Keyboard comes with powerful modulation options — just like the Iridium desktop synthesizer namesake. Notably, Iridium Keyboard is also capable of processing MPE (MIDI Polyphonic Expression) data, duly making multiple parameters of different notes separately controllable to effectively enable it to behave more like an acoustic instrument in terms of spontaneous, polyphonic sound control.
Waldorf Kyra
Kyra is a powerful, hardware virtual analog synthesizer capable of creating a wide range of contemporary sounds for live and studio musicians.
Waldorf M Wavetable Synthesizer
Waldorf Quantum
Yamaha DX7s
Yamaha DX7s
Yamaha Reface Collection - CS, DX, YC, CP
Yamaha Reface Collection.
Yamaha RX21 Digital Rhythm Programmer Drum Machine
Zenert Tocante

FX Units, Pedals & Mixers

Keen to come and explore the vast array of out board FX and stomp boxes in the MESS Collection? We have an ever evolving collection of smaller devices that live along side rack mount FX and other devices. Book a session and layer up your mixes! Please go to the Studio Collection page for a full list of what is currently available.
Alesis 3630 Compressor
Alesis 3630 Compressor
Alesis Microverb
Alesis Microverb
Alesis Microverb FX Unit
Alesis Microverb III
Alesis Microverb III
Alesis Philtere FX Pedal
Alesis Philtere FX Pedal
Allen & Heath Qu-16
Allen & Heath Qu-16
Allen & Heath XONE:92
Allen & Heath XONE:92
Analogue Solutions Dr. Strangelove
Dr. Stranglelove is a compact, high quality analogue Ring Modulator, with analogue LFO modulation, featuring a lo-fi echo.
Analogue Solutions Mr. Hyde
Mr. Hyde is an analogue filter effects box used for subtle to extreme filtering and modulation effects. Mr Hyde can change the sound in subtle ways, such as nice sweeping filtering, right up to mangled FM mayhem!
ALESIS Microverb FX Unit
ART-TEC Quadrophonic Mixer
Custom built ART-TEC QUAD MIXER. 4 joysticks with volume control built in to each joystick, 4 inputs and 4 outputs! Contact us for more info.
Bastl Thyme Machine
Bastl's Thyme is best described as a sequenceable digital tape machine.
Behringer Virtualizer Pro
Rack-mountable multi effects processor.
BOSS Dimension C DC-2W pedal
From BOSS: "The vintage Dimension effect is famous for its innovative 3D spatial processing that just makes everything sound a little better. It’s often mistakenly called a chorus effect, but it’s actually not. Though time-based like a chorus, the Dimension’s circuit is quite unique and sophisticated, subtly enhancing the width and depth of the source audio without any prominent modulated movement. The resulting sound is more open and natural, gently enriching any instrument or mix without making it sound overly processed."
BOSS DM-100 Delay Machine
Warm analog delay and chorus effects.
BOSS OC-2 Octave Pedal
"The OC-2 Octave pedal lets users fatten up their sound by adding two additional tones--one and two octaves below the original note. Each tone has a separate volume control and plays back with outstanding clarity."
BOSS RC-202 Looper
"Perfect for club performers, electronic musicians, and beatboxers, the RC-202 packs powerful BOSS looping and multi-effects in an amazingly compact tabletop unit.
Four Input FX and four Track FX are available at once, and loops can be saved to memories in real time for seamless creative expression while performing."
BOSS RE-20 Space Echo
From BOSS: "One of the most beloved echo effects ever made, the Roland RE-201 Space Echo, has been reborn as the BOSS RE-20 Twin Pedal! Roland and BOSS have recreated every sonic detail and nuance of the original. Experience the legendary tape-echo sound of the RE-201, and get “lost in space” with this retro-modern marvel."
BOSS SL-20 Slicer
From BOSS: "The SL-20 transforms your music into percussive “chopped” grooves. Fifty rhythmic patterns are onboard, with adjustable note attack and duration, plus amazing Harmonic Slice effects. Create high-energy patterns onstage in real-time, or use the SL-20 as a songwriting and recording tool. Play the sliced sounds in realtime while capturing them with Loop Record."
BugBrand The Weevil
Catalinbread SFT overdrive
Conductive Labs The NDLR
DREADBOX Raindrops
DR SCIENTIST Seven Channel Spectrum Analyzer
Dunlop Jerry Cantrell Cry Baby Wah pedal
Earth Quaker Devices Afterneath Eurorack Module
Earth Quaker Devices Arrows Pre-Amp Booster
Earth Quaker Devices Astral Destiny Octal Octave Reverberation Odyssey
EarthQuaker Devices Dispatch Master
Earth Quaker Devices Grand Orbiter Phase Machine
EarthQuaker Devices Hummingbird
Earth Quaker Devices Life Pedal Distortion & Boost with Octave
Earth Quaker Devices Special Cranker An Overdrive you can trust
Earth Quaker Devices The Warden Optical Compressor
EBS DPhaser digital triple mode phase shifter
"Add the distinct sweeping sound of phase to your rig with the EBS DPhaser effect pedal. This pedal uses 24-bit digital processing circuitry to give you everything from classic '70s to modern phase tones. Width and rate knobs let you dial in slight to over-the-top swirling effects. Two other external switches let you change the resonance and phaser stages."
EBS Multi Comp pedal
Effectivy Wonder Doomsday Machine
Fuzz Pedal
Electro-Harmonix Blurst! Modulated Filter Pedal
Electro-Harmonix Lester K Rotary Speaker Pedal
Erica Synths Acidbox III
Erica Synths Fusion Box
Ezhi & Aka Moomindrone
Ezhi & Aka Tape T
Ezhi & Aka Terverb
Fairfield Circuitry 'The Unpleasant Surprise' fuzz/gate pedal
"The fruit of an oddball circuit, hanging there awkwardly by some parasitic effect. Tweaked, bended and shoe-horned to optimize it's stench, it's unpleasance. Time has come to turn all dynamics to shit. Strangely, it feels very natural."
FOSTEX 4 track cassette
Future Sounds System MTX8 Pin Matrix
Future Sounds System TG1 The Gristleizer
The TG1 Gristleizer module brings together the functionality of the Gristleizer range behind one single panel. Normalled connections between the modules allows for simplified patching and instantaneous use. This workflow recalls the original Gristleizer, where audio was fed either into the Filter or VCA sections, both of which being modulated by the LFO. In the TG1, the Master Output from the Pre-Amplifier is normalled the Input of the Filter. The Output of the Filter is then normalled to the Input of the Modulator, extending the functionality of the original Gristleizer where the Filter and VCA functionality was switched between. The Filter and Modulator sections are controlled by the Fold output of the Generator section, allowing for complex modulation effects to be easily set up.
Hologram Dream Sequence
"Dream Sequence is a programmable rhythm and octave pedal that uses sequencing, envelope shaping, and pitch shifting to create synth-like arpeggios, pulsating sheets of sub-octave distortion, shimmering, ethereal chord washes, and a limitless number of other new sounds."
Koma Field Kit
Landscape HC-TT
The HC-TT is a compact cassette manipulation device which allows you to manually play a cassette with your hands. The resulting sound can be incredibly similar to scratching a vinyl record. Sound will only be produced while your hands are turning either of the large playback knobs. By turning these knobs you are directly rotating the cassette spindles which moves the tape across the internal tape head. The knobs “play” a regular cassette forwards and backwards. There is no motor in this device, so direction and speed is left to the performer.
Landscape Stereo Field
STEREO FIELD is one instrument with three uses. It is simultaneously a stereo/quad modular touch plate feedback atonal synthesizer, a stereo/quad audio processor and a pressure sensitive chaotic CV "controller". All three uses are available separately as well as simultaneously and in conversation with each other. The Stereo Field allows its user to manipulate and patch two analog stereo preamp circuits via touch plates. By utilizing skin conductivity as new paths for current to follow you are creating "new circuits" and new sounds in relation to where your fingers are patching.
Locustom Effects Overbass Jr. Mk I Bass Distortion/Overdrive
Locustom Effects Overbass Jr. Mk I Bass Distortion/Overdrive pedal
Mantic Effects 'Thug'
Low end boost pedal
Moffenzeef x Boy Harsher The Runner
Drone Pedal
Mattoverse Electronics Swell Echo
Moog Mooger Fooger x 6
A great way to expand our Moog System 55!

MF 101 Low Pass Filter
MF 102 Ring Modulator
MF 103 12 Stage Phaser
MF 104Z Analog Delay
MF 105M Midi Murf
MF 108M Cluster Flux
Old Blood Noise Endeavors Expression Slider
OTO Machines BAM
BAM is a stereo reverb processor inspired by late 70s / early 80s digital reverberator units. These units are sought after by sound engineers, producers and musicians for their grainy, warm and musical reverberations.
OTO Machines BIM
BIM is a 12-bit stereo delay unit inspired by studio delay processors built in the early 80s. The perfect companion for the musician, producer, sound engineer or live performer who is looking for a unique, warm and musical delay processor.
OTO Machines BOUM
"BOUM is a full analog stereo warming unit, combining an easy-to-use compressor, a versatile distortion generator and a smooth low-pass filter. BOUM is the perfect tool when you need to add warmth, thickness, and character to your sounds, but also apply severe distortion and extreme compression treatments."
Panda Audio Future Impact I
ProCo Duecetone RAT
Red Panda Bitmap
Bitcrusher/distortion pedal
Red Panda Particle
Roland RE-501 Chorus Echo
The last of the original and best Roland magnetic tape delays. Contained in a sturdy portable cabinet, the RE-501 has a very high signal to noise ratio & features a vast array of echo modes from slapback, multitap plus sound on sound & more. Also included is spring reverb, analogue chorus, EQ control, balanced inputs and remote foot control.
STRYMON Iridium Amp Modeler & Impulse Response Cabinet
TC Electronic BODYREZ
TC Electronic Corona
High quality chorus pedal with 2 built-in choruses, tone adjustment control and stereo I/O.
TC Electronic DITTO Looper
TC Electronic EYEMASTER metal distortion pedal
"EYEMASTER was specifically designed to channel the Swedish death metal tone, endearingly nicknamed the "Swedish buzzsaw". As that term implies, EYEMASTER is not a subtle overdrive. It is not transparent and it does not "sit well in a mix". Rather, it burns an unholy path straight through the mix."
TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2
Iconic reverb pedal with groundbreaking MASH footswitch and Shimmer effect.
TC Electronic JUNE-60 Chorus
JUNE-60 CHORUS is a faithful recreation of the lush chorus circuit found in the legendary Roland Juno-60 synthesizer.
TC Electronic M350 Multi Effect and Reverb Processor
TC ELECTRONICS Polytune 2 mini
Unbranded Spring Reverb
Unbranded Spring Reverb
Ursa Major Space Station SST-282 Delay
SST-282 uses time delay techniques to transform a mono source into a new, stereo, output signal.

SPACE STATION has eight audible tap delays that create the main soundscape, and are called Audition Delay Taps, the others are used to synthesise reverberation and echo. The SST-282 can be compared to a multi-head tape recorder, operating a 255ms long tape loop.

This unit will breath the new life and stereo width into any old mono source.
Yamaha Analog Delay Model E1010
Yamaha AW4416 Professional Audio Workstation 16-Track Digital Recorder
ZCat Hold Reverb
ZVEX Instant Lo-Fi Junky Effects Pedal

Drum Machines

Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-1 drum machine
Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-1 drum machine
Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-6 drum machine
Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-6 drum machine
Alesis HR-16
The HR16 is a 16-bit, 16 voice, sample-based drum machine with 49 built-in sounds including 10 kicks, 7 snares and a complete ethnic sound set. It has a built-in sequencer allowing for 100 patterns and 100 songs to be created. Each drum sound can be tuned in intervals along with its level adjusted and mixed individually. Patterns are programmed in either step or real-time and can be synchronised via the external clock inputs or MIDI.
Arturia DrumBrute Impact
DrumBrute Impact is a stripped back version of the original DrumBrute. It features 10 drum voices each with their own independent sequencer track. Settings like level, pitch and decay adjustable per voice. Each sound can be triggered via rubber trigger pads while all master control settings, including the step sequencer and effects like Step Repeat, Pattern Looper, Randomness, and Swing functions are positioned along the top of the panel. DrumBrute has individual outs per sound along with MIDI, DIN and analogue clock connectivity for syncing to and from other instruments.
Amazing little percussion synthesiser. You will get immediate satisfaction from this tiny box! Runs on batteries and comes with a bunch of tiny patch cables. Imagine a twisted DFAM and you are in the ballpark.
BOSS HC-2 Hand Clapper & BOSS PC-2 Percussion Synthesizer
BOSS HC-2 Hand Clapper & BOSS PC-2 Percussion Synthesizer
CONN Min-0-matic-rhythm Model 001
CONN Min-0-matic-rhythm Model 001
CRB Rhythm Boy 480 drum machine
CRB Rhythm Boy 480 drum machine
The Division Department 01/IV
The Division Department 01/IV
DSI Tempest Analog Drum Machine
The Tempest from Dave Smith Instruments is a collaboration between Dave Smith and Roger Linn. Dave Smith is the mastermind behind the Sequential Circuits Prophet 5, MIDI, and the current DSI and Sequential range. Roger Linn is the brain behind the Akai MPC and the LinnDrum. This collaboration draws on the strengths of each to create a hybrid 6 voice syntheiser that has been optimised for rhythmic programming. The Tempest can be seen as a drum machine, drum synthesiser, polyphonic synth, and an analog groove-box-all in one desktop unit.
EKO ComputeRhythm
"Made in 1972, the EKO ComputeRhythm was way ahead of its time. It was one of the first drum machines to feature intuitive 16 step programming, time division, mixing, individual outs and a punch card memory. Famously used by Jean Michel Jarre on his huge early albums, Oxygene and Equinoxe."
EKO Rhythmaker
Elektor IC-Drumbox
Rare preset drum machine from 1976 with 16 preset rhythms and individual drum on/off switches.
Elektron Digitakt
ELI CR-7030 drum machine
ELI CR-7030 drum machine
ELI CR-8030 drum machine
ELI CR-8030 drum machine
Elka 'The Sidekick 32'
Now rare drum machine made in Italy in 1981, with 32 preset rhythms (16 each with A/B rhythm variation).
E-mu Systems Drumulator
Erica Synths LXR-02 Digital Drum Synth
Gibson Maestro Rhythm Jester
Gibson Maestro Rhythm King MRK-4
Gulbransen Select-A-Rhythm
Hammond Auto Vari 64
Hillwood Rhythm Stereo
Hillwood Rhythm Stereo drum machine
Hillwood Super Variation HR-2
Hohner Rhythm 80
1970's analogue drum machine (in a suitcase!)
JMT Drum Synth + JMT Trigger Sequencer
JMT Drum Synth + JMT Trigger Sequencer
Kay R-12 Rhythmer drum machine
Kay R-12 Rhythmer drum machine
Kent K-85 drum machine
Kent K-85 drum machine
Korg Donca Matic DE20
Keio (KORG) Mini Pops 5 Donca-Matic
Circa 1966 classic preset drum machine with 20 rhythms!
KORG Mini Pops 120
Pro tip: press down two or more buttons at once to mix rhythms!
KORG Super Percussion DDM-220
KORG Super Percussion DDM-220
LEP Lumanoise 808 Cymbal Drone Generator
LEP Multi Cassa
Maestro MRQ-1 Rhythm Queen
Maestro Rhythm ‘n’ Sound G-2 module
Maestro Rhythm ‘n’ Sound G-2 module
MFB 301/11
Multivox Rhythm Ace FR-3
NDK Drum Machine
Olson Rhythm Beat X-100 drum machine
Olson Rhythm Beat X-100 drum machine
PAiA Drummer Boy drum machine
PAiA Drummer Boy drum machine
Realistic Concertmate
Roland Rhythm TR-330 drum machine
Roland Rhythm TR-330
Roland Rhythm TR-55 drum machine
Roland Rhythm TR-55 drum machine
Roland Rhythm Arranger TR-66 drum machine
Roland TR-66 drum machine
Roland CompuRhythm CR-68
Preset analog rhythm machine offering a selection of pre programmed rhythms with a ‘fill in’ button to add variation.
Roland CompuRhythm CR-78
Roland CR-78
Roland CompuRhythm CR-8000
Roland CompuRhythm CR-8000
Roland TR-606
(1981-1984) Classic analog drum machine offering 7 analog drum sounds for your sequenced beats.
Roland TR-707
(circuit bent) (1984) Sample-based drum machine featuring 15 x 12-bit sounds able to be programmed via the onboard sequencer. This machine was widely used by Acid House producers in the early 90’s. This particular machine has been modified to receive external control signals, which makes for exciting and unexpected modulations to standard beat programming.
Roland TR-808
(1980-1983) Classic analog drum machine featuring 16 analog drum sounds able to be programmed via the onboard sequencer. The 808 is synonymous with the hip hop/techno generation and its voice still remains the most widely used in popular music today.
Roland TR-8
ROLAND TR-8S Rhythm Performer
Schober Dynabeat
Simmons / Music Aid Analog Clap Trap
Soma Labs PULSAR-23
"PULSAR-23 is an organismic drum machine designed by Vlad Kreimer. It has a semi-modular structure and consists of 23 independent modules. PULSAR can be used for the synthesis of percussion instruments and rhythms, bass and melodic lines, effects and sound landscapes, as well as a source of control voltage and powerful analog FX processor.
The PULSAR functions in three different modes: stand-alone, MIDI control and CV control. Moreover, all the above features and control modes can work simultaneously in any proportion or combination.
Additionally, PULSAR offers live circuit bending capabilities and the use of the artist’s body conductivity to create patches and cross modulations. PULSAR continues the line of organismic synthesizers begun by LYRA-8, but now in the area of percussion instruments."
Taal Tarang Tabla Machine
Taal Tarang tabla machine
Tama Techstar TS305
1980's 6-channel analogue drum synth module.
Thai Rhythm Box TT-18
Time Tuner 16
Univox JR-5 drum machine
Univox JR-5 drum machine
Univox SR-55
Univox SR-95 drum machine
Univox SR-95 drum machine
Vermona DRM 1 MkIII
Direct from Vermona -

If you are searching for the perfect emulation of analogue drum classics, we unfortunately have to disappoint you. Our DRM1 MKIII is anything but a clone. It is rather on its way to become a classic itself after being in production for 14 years!

If you are looking for a versatile sound engine for electronic drums with distinctive character and authority, this will be the end of your search!

The DRM1 MKIII offers eight perfectly matched analogue drum- and percussion-instruments with extraordinary versatility, paired with highest clarity.

The DRM1 MKIII’s eight instruments generate individual sounds and therefore offer different sound controls. We have carefully scaled these with generous ranges allowing you to create unusual sounds, e.g. from a dedicated snare channel. You decide whether your bass drum sounds short and tight or loooong and voluminous.

With a total of 73 controls, the handling of this drum-synthesizer is unmistakably intuitive.

MIDI or CV/Gate?
The sounds of the DRM1 MKIII can be triggered by MIDI. Optionally, we can fit any new ordered unit with analogue gate inputs. This allows easy operation of the DRM1 MKIII from an analogue sequencer or a modular system.
Vermona Kick Lancet
Get your kicks on.
Watford Rhythm Generator Mk I
Watford Rhythm Generator Mk II drum machine
Watford Rhythm Generator Mk II drum machine
Welson Supermatic S12
Wexler Rockmate drum machine
Wurlitzer 5020 Swingin’ Rhythm drum machine
Wurlitzer 5020 Swingin’ Rhythm drum machine
Yamaha DD-5 Digital Drums
Stick-played digital drums that take advantage of Yamaha's digital technology.
YAMAHA RX21 Digital Rhythm Program
Yamaha RY30 Rhythm Programmer

Sequencers & Controllers

Analogue Solutions Generator CV & Gate Sequence Generator
Analogue Solutions Generator CV & Gate Sequence Generator
Analogue Solutions Oberkorn 3
Artista MIDI Expander MD80
Artista MIDI Expander MD80
Arturia Keystep Pro
BOSS BX-8 8 Channel Stereo Mixer
Doepfer Dark Time Sequencer
Doepfer's Dark Time is a 2 x 8 step sequencer, digital in nature but with an approachable and familiar analogue-style interface. Designed to generate and manipulate short musical loops, the Dark Time is fitted with MIDI, USB and CV/Gate connections. It could therefore be an ideal tool to energise any synth, whether it's software-based, a keyboard with MIDI, or a modular laden with patch cables. (Sound On Sound)
DR SCIENTIST Seven Channel Spectrum Analyser
KOMA Komplex Sequencer
From Koma Elektronik:
"Our step sequencer lets you construct complex musical patterns, via both MIDI and CV/Gate. Built around four full-featured 16-step sequencers in a compact and light enclosure, the Komplex Sequencer is a powerful tool both live and in the studio. All features have their own dedicated controls; no screens or submenus, and all features have their own dedicated in- and outputs on the large 87-point patch bay. By patching both internal and external CV sources through the patch bay of the Komplex, you can control any parameter of the sequencer immediately and “sequence the sequence.” Controls include Speed, Sequence Length, Gate Length, Play Mode, Glide, Division, Transpose, Repeat, Sequence Start Point and Skip. Additionally, the sequencer can vary output range and also has a quantizer on board operable in different scales.

And not only is the sequencer compatible with almost any synthesizer with CV/Gate, MIDI note, velocity and CC information can also transmitted by any of the four sequencers. Lastly a seven bank CV Recorder is on board and can output up to 5 banks at once!"
KORG SQ-64 Poly Sequencer
Novation Launchkey Mini
Novation Launchpad Mini
NOVATION LaunchPad Pro
Polyend Seq Sequencer
Red Light District Sequencer

Currently located in the Buchla Break Out Box.
Roland SBX-1 Sync Box
Bring your sessions together using the Roland SBX-1 Sync box. Midi, USB, Trigger, Clock, Gate, CV, DIN. In (nearly!) any which way you need!
Roli Seaboard Rise 25
Social Entropy Electronic Music Instruments Engine
Soma Labs ORNAMENT-8
"ORNAMENT-8 is an organismic sequencer, or in a broader sense, a synthesizer of behaviour. A unique feature of ORNAMENT is its fully horizontal modular structure that consists of eight equal and independent cells which are special delay lines. It’s in fact an analog computer with a temporal dimension, the behaviour of which is determined by patching and adjusting the temporal properties of each cell involved in the generation of the behaviour."
Squarp Pyramid
Synthstrom Deluge
Conductive Labs The NDLR