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EML Electrocomp 200

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. Manufacturer:
Electronic Music Laboratories, Vernon, CT, USA

Model:
Electrocomp 200

Production period:
1969-80

Quantity produced:
400

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EML Electrocomp 200

image courtesy of Kevin Lightner

EML Electrocomp 200 brochure courtesy of Kevin Lightner

The Electrocomp 200 is a 2-VCO monophonic synthesizer expander module. It did not come with a keyboard but as an expansion module for the 100 or the 101, which included a keyboard. The Electrocomp 200 features two VCOs, which have outputs for sine, triangle, and pulse waveforms, and a noise source. There is a spring reverb, a low-pass VCF, a high-pass VCF, an ADS envelope generator, a ring modulator, a mic preamp, and a dual 3-channel stereo mixer.

The eml-200 came in 2 colors, blue and silver. The later ones were silver and the original ones were blue. The blue 200s were also built into larger cases and were a bit heavier than the more recent silver ones.

[information from The A-Z of Analogue Synthesizers, by Peter Forrest, published by Susurreal Publishing, Devon, England, copyright 1994 Peter Forrest]

[with some help from rolandman1@aol.com.



Famous Fingers
Who Played This Instrument?

Pat Crowley of Sylvester

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