FOR SALE SUPER RARE SYNTHESIZER KEYBOARD BY ELECTRONIC MUSIC STUDIOS - EMS POLYSYNTHI!! UNIQUE SOUND STRUKTURES, - FX PSYHODELIC SOUND SYNTH... THIS IS THE BEST SYNTH WHICH I HAVE. INCREDIBLE SOUNDING POLYPHONIC VCS-3 SYNTHI VERSION SYNTH.
FOR THE SOUND TRACK IN THE CINEMA AND SOUND PRODUCED PRO-STUDIOS. MOST MUSICAL IMAGES HE CAN BORN. A LOT OF COMPLEX AND INCREDIBLE MONUMENTAL SOUNDS AND POWERFUL BEAUTIFUL SOUNDS.
IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO TRANSFER ALL EMOTIONS THAT WILL SUPPORT THIS SYNTH. = ONLY YOUR PERSONAL EXPERIENCE OF USE WITH IT WILL GIVE YOU UNDERSTANDING AND DISCLOSE THE MAGIC OF SOUND THESE SYNTH! I've been looking for him a lot of years and have been happy to have. BUT THIS GREAT SYNTH SHOULD FIND A NEW HOUSE. The Polysynthi was a unique instrument in it's intial release since polyphonic synths were just dawning upon the World.
Designers: Peter and Rose Zinovieff, Delay by David Cockerell. Produced around 1978 by a company that was already in financial trouble, notwithstanding the already legendary status of their instruments - used amongst the other by bands such as Tangerine Dream, The Who, Pink Floyd, Gong, Kraftwerk- the Ems Polysynthi was hardly a commercial success. About thirty units hit the market and disappeared into oblivion except for aficionados of the EMS brand or synth historians.
Until recently, when the renewed interest for vintage synths and the availability on the Web of a few demos of this rare instrument brought it back into the spotlight. Despite its name, it really was not a polyphonic version of the VCS3/Synthi A. However, the Polysynthi had a few cool tricks up its sleeve that make it stand out.
To begin with, it had two voltage controlled LFO's (VCLFO) with sine and variable pulse waveforms which could modulate each other or be frequency modulated by either of the 2 ADSR's. The VC "analog delay line" was perhaps the most novel feature of the Polysynthi.One switch selected between the short delay mode (for effects such as chorus or flanging or reverb) and the long delay mode, for echoes up to 1 second. Since the delay time could be controlled by the keyboard voltage and by the VCLFO, a large range of time-based FX was easily created.
The EMS Polysynthi sound sources were two VCO's (or Voltage Controlled Oscillator Bank, 49 notes polyphony) producing triangle, square and pulse waveforms which could be independently mixed, a noise generator and external input (switchable between line and mic) with envelope follower. Its 4 octaves pressure sensitive keyboard, besides pitch information supplied a pressure-dependent control voltage and a position dependent control voltage. The back panel supplied control voltage inputs for filter, pitch bend and VCA (swell) and the "sequencer option" connection.
The latter was for connection to the planned optional polyphonic sequencer, which never evolved past the prototype stage. The item "SUPER RARE EMS POLYSYNTHI UNIQUE VCS-3 POLYPHONIC VINTAGE ANALOG SYNTHESIZER" is in sale since Sunday, December 24, 2017. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Pro Audio Equipment\Synthesizers".
The seller is "polivoks-global" and is located in RU. This item can be shipped worldwide.