EMS Synthi 100

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Richard Yeoman-Clark programming the Delaware

The “DelawareEMS Synthi 100 was a very large model of the VCS3 analogue synthesiser, specially ordered by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

It was delivered in February 1971, was fully installed by April and cost £5,400.[1]

In 1973, with Brian Hodgson and Paddy Kingsland, Delia helped create a twangy new version of Doctor Who on it.

References

  1. Special Sound, p.113.
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