Rare "Doctor Who" Synthesizer Has Been Restored
During the time in which “Doctor Who” originally aired in the 60’s, the sounds of a synthesizer were especially unique to the audience’s ears. In this video, we catch a glimpse of the the EMS Synthi 100, the synth that played a central role in the TV show’s sound effects.
The man featured in the video, Leslie Craythorn, works as the senior technical officer of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, a leading music school in Australia that had received the rare synth in 1975. Any student at the school is certainly fortunate to be able to use it!
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