Vintage studio electronics can provide good fun and sound, but since we are talking ‘vintage’ here, there is a large margin for failure.
My goal is to keep the good old times alive by maintaining and servicing these beloved machines. Over the time I have been able to build a solid knowledge about analog electronics and mainly electronic music equipment, where of course my education as electronics engineer came in handy as well.
I can provide repair and service for most analog equipment, of course the repair time always depends on the complexity of the job.
If you have some vintage equipment that you really would like to be fixed, contact me via the about/contact link by sending a comment or email to: obsoletetechnology(at)gmx(dot)com
Some examples of recent work I have done:
- Sequencial Circuits Prophet 5
- Korg MS10
- Korg Polysix
- Cumar DS2
- Ursa Major space station
- Deltalab Effectron JR and Effectron II
- D&R Dayner
- Dynacord Tam21
- Lexicon Varispeech 27Y
- Roland Juno106
- Oberheim OBXa
- Roland VP330 Vocoder Plus
- Octave Cat
- Mutron Bi-Phase
- Pratt&Read Keyboard repair