THE EMU MODULAR

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1977 Modular Brochure

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Latest update is an old interview with Dave Rossum. See it here>>>> Rossum Interview

This page is devoted to the Emu Modular and has information from the technical catalog for the Emu modular.

Note: Emu Modulars are very rare and I do not know of any for sale or for loan.

EMU 

THE Eµ SYNTHESIZER SYSTEM

The Eµ Modular Synthesizer System is based around Eµ submodules, compact solid state building blocks providing highly accurate synthesizer functions. The plug-in submodules are designed for maximum flexibility. The full system is totally modular. We have endeavored to use the finest panel controls available, compatible with the professional audio market. Pots are conductive plastic, knobs are solid aluminum, switches and jacks are highly reliable. The system's internal construction is clean and neat. All modules are supplied with complete documentation package including schematics and assembly diagrams.

 

Voltage Control Oscillators

Voltage Control Amplifiers

Voltage Control Filters

Modular Cabinets

Other Modules

 

THANKS FOR THE INFORMATION TO THE FOLLOWING

Riley Smith- Source of large amounts of scans. Ed Rudnick for being Ed. Gary, Jeff, Gunnar, and Mike at the bird for the technical assistance. of course CEO of Parts Mr.Mike, and the man Dave Rossum.

Silicon Breakdown has been a source of free information, pictures, and music for over 10 years

The Music side of this site contains the sounds of Silicon Breakdown and various other musical adventures. MUSIC HERE

The Synth side showcases beautiful instruments from the past. ANALOG SYNTHESIZER INFO HERE

Also on this site are custom analog filter designs recreated by Mad Science Lab Mad Science Lab Projects up to 2009 are here

Mad Science Lab as of 2009 Now at a new website mslReAnimator.com

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