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Brother Auto Emillion GX-151 Electronic Organ

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Incredibly cool piece of vintage analogue goodness- this is a mint condition 1979 Brother Auto Emillion GX-151 Synthesizer/Organ.

Made in 1970 in Japan, and sold in the US under the name Baldwin Discoverer, which was a favourite of Brian Wilson from the Beach Boys, this analogue synth/organ has a number of great preset sounds, as well as the potential to create your own sounds combining different sound voices.

This machine has the ability to record user-created arpeggiated sequences, and this function works perfectly. Saved sequences are stored on a microchip which is working perfectly.

There is a Mic input which can be volume controlled on the interface, expression pedal input, Line out, and Line in, Input jack for DC 12V.

There's a great built-in analogue drum machine, with great preset rhythms, reminiscent of the CR-78, and two different rhythms can be played at once, creating nice new combinations.

Technical Specifications
Type: Analog
Synthesis: Divide Down
Oscillators: 2
Waveforms: Square
Oscillator Notes:
+ Presets: Harpsichord, Marimba, Vibraphone
+ Mix: Flute 8', Flute 4', Oboe 8', String 8'
Envelopes: 1
Evelope Paramerters: Sustain
LFO: 1
LFO Parameters: Sine
Polyphony & Tuning
Polyphony: 49
Timbrality: 8
Tuning: Standard
Modes: Polyphonic
Patches ROM: 3
+ Modes: auto-chord, auto-play
+ 8 preset rhythms
+ March, Waltz, Swing, Slowrock, Rock, Bossanova, Beguine, Samba
+ Real-time recording sequencer.
+ Full or half measure sequence. .
+ Volatile memory, not saved.
Case: Keyboard
Keyboard: 49 keys, Non-weighted, Plastic
Controls: Buttons, Knobs, Sliders, Pedal - Volume, Tempo Knob, Arpeggiator, Sequencer
Display Type: LED
Dimensions (WxDxH): 76 × 29.5 × 10 cm
Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack, RCA, Mono Out, Mono Headphone
Audio Output Count: 2
Inputs: 1 x RCA, 1 x Mic
Power: 12V DC
Year Released: 1979
Used Price: $250 - convert
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