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Make sure you watch the sequels, too.

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Obscenity. I just reported your post


From the youtube page 'A visit to Synthorama in Luterbach Switzerland'... That building looks SO insecure... might have to hire a van + a few 'heavies' and have me a little drive through Europe!
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From the youtube page 'A visit to Synthorama in Luterbach Switzerland'... That building looks SO insecure... might have to hire a van + a few 'heavies' and have me a little drive through Europe!
I feel ya! A huge track to load the goodies and off we go!
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This just makes me mad!! 3 fricken MemoryMoogs (and all the rest) just sitting there doing sweet **** all. What a waste :(

Never did see a Sonic V before, only read about it. Pretty cool
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this made me plan my next summer vacation... guess i´m going to switzerland
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you actually get to plug headphones and play them? ..damn
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This just makes me mad!! 3 fricken MemoryMoogs (and all the rest) just sitting there doing sweet **** all. What a waste :(
The other scenario: they're sitting in some collector's studio doing sweet **** all while he waits for eBay to increase the value.

In this case you can at least play them. Of course they're doing nothing at all most of the time, unless you manage to find a way to get everyone to visit the place on a daily basis.
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Holy sh!t. If I ever go visit my family in Switzerland, I'll somehow figure out how to get there, even if it's on the other side of the country.
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Is there anything they don't have? I want to go for a week. I wonder what they have in the gift shop
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I couldn't see a Yamaha CS-80, for instance. Weird.

Also, there was a Roland System 100M and 700 missing.
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This is some achievement... to gather these amazing soundmaking machines in a space..

I imagine a future when people will go to places like this to examine them in their details.. to learn from their desing..

It's great that someone took the time and effort involved in a project like this to create such legacy !
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a moog room, a sequential room, an obi room, an arp room..

where's the yamaha room, where's the korg room, where's the roland room!!?!?!!!
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Wow!
Does anybody else find it strange that it is almost silent through most of the videos! How wrong is that?!?
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where's the yamaha room, where's the korg room, where's the roland room!!?!?!!!
You didn't see all the sequels!

There are such beauties as Korg PS 3100, PS 3200, PS 3300, MS 10, MS 20, MS 50...

Lots of Roland, too.

No Yamaha.
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Hehe..I live near Luterbach, half an hour by car
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Synthorama Luterbach - Impressions I @ deep!sonic

Some niiice Pictures of the rest who is missing ;-)

The Video is silent, because you can try everything with headphones.

@ 1:00 you see the first FPGA based Synthesizer, developed by Martin Hollinger, founder of Synthorama. A super nice guy by the way..
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Hehe..I live near Luterbach, half an hour by car
Can you steal something for me?
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The Artura 2 was quite beautiful. Very nice wood grain. Cherry maybe? The panel with the coloured blocks looked really sharp too. thumbsup

I also have to wonder what does this guy have that is NOT on display?
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I know he got's a huge backstock and he repairs from time to time some of his backstock gear. Martin Hollinger is a really gentle person, he's got a huge knowledge about synthesizers and electronics. He's an engineer for ghielmetti:

Ghielmetti Enterprise/Location

He developed the first FPGA modularsynthesizer, called Airbourne:

Airbourne AVS04 Modular Synthesizer step sequencer

I would never steal or do antything that could harm him, because he helped me repairing my own stuff and that for a really cheap price.

The Synthorama is always open at the last sunday of the month, but you should contact him before you go there. And forget to ask him to record anything or buy anything, his museum is just for enthusiast who wanna come to listen, watch and play. And please don't ask him dumbass questions by mail, treat this guy with the respect he diserves!
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I think this one has more than the museum in Florida, doesn't it ??
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wow that airborne!
got some ghielmetti patch systems here too , but not for synths
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I would never steal or do antything that could harm him, because he helped me repairing my own stuff and that for a really cheap price.
I was joking you know. Damn, it is really difficult to convey humour sometimes, despite using emoticons.
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I just wanted to make explicit that he's a gentle person and nobody should harm him.

I got the joke, no problem.
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I'm looking at this thinking OMG! Moogs moogs moogs moogs more moogs another moog, What's the background story? who is this person?

Who collects these things? It's not the Moog's official warehouse museum is it?

LOL I heard a "GRUNT" in the video 5.00 min plus.

Someone should get in there an sample all those babies quick!!!!

Best video EVA! thanks Darkness for sharing.

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Make sure you watch the sequels, too.

Keep towels and lots of clean underwear near you.

I was bored before the middle of the video, I think this one proves that I am not a gearslut , oh well....

Thanks for sharing though.
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I was bored before the middle of the video, I think this one proves that I am not a gearslut , oh well....

Thanks for sharing though.
LOL

got me at Helloooooo... and the midi piano on the floor that played notes as he stepped into the room was a real cool addition.

I guess I know for sure I'm a gearslutz cos I got real excited.

def Favourited youtube video.
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I was bored before the middle of the video, I think this one proves that I am not a gearslut , oh well....

Thanks for sharing though.
Yeah, how can you be after all? You are excited about the Chameleon and yet bored in seeing a museum where the majority of instruments that shaped EM exist? Even if you are not a GS, you could see it from a historical perspective. What did you actually expect to see in a synth museum?
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What did you actually expect to see in a synth museum?
So it Was a Synth museum afterall

open to the public?

A serious tease to be there and know that you'll never get to use one of them vintage synths in your own music production.
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Yeah, how can you be after all? You are excited about the Chameleon and yet bored in seeing a museum where the majority of instruments that shaped EM exist? Even if you are not a GS, you could see it from a historical perspective. What did you actually expect to see in a synth museum?
New technology aslways excites, call me a freak, thats who I am.

I did not hear you complain , when I was excited reading you over msn describing the abilities of Andromeda when I was still considering buying it ...

I just found the presentation of the whole theme, boring, synths lying around doing nothing, not my thing. Make music not collections. Its alot more creative.

And yes I had to complaint about it .... go figure dfegad
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