The Really old Korg Synthesizer site

It all begun when I heard Chicory Tip 1974. I was stunned. I had never heard something like that before. I couldnīt understand what kind of instrument it could be that sounded so wonderful. Soon I learned that it was something called "a Moog-machine". Later I heard some of Walter Carlos' "Switched-on Bach" and I heard the same, wonderful sound, and I found out that the instrument was a synthesizer. In 1976 my father bought me a MiniKorg 700s. I immediately begun to make music using an old Dynachord tape echo and a Akai tape recorder with sound-on-sound capabilities. I was in heaven...

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