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Waldorf Wave & TSi Musikmesse Flyers From 1992 &1993

Scans for the following, in via swissdoc, have been added to yesterday’s post on Waldorf at at the 1992 and 1993 Musikmesses.

Messe.1992.TSI.Messeinformation
Messe.1992.Preliminary.Wave.Info
Messe.1993.TSI.Show.Information
Messe.1993.Wave.Flyer

I believe this is the first time some, if not all, have appeared online. They include a flyer for the Waldorf Wave, a Preliminary Wave info sheet, and

Moog Modular System 15 Brochure / Catalog

via this auction

“Orginal vintage Moog System 15 Catalog from 1976

This vintage Moog System 15 Catalog contains information and picture’s of the The Moog Model 15 modular synthesizer.

This is a must-have for any vintage synthesizer/Moog collector as these are getting very hard/impossible to find these days.

This catalog has no highlighting,underlining or any stamps in it . This catalog is

Moog Modular System 35 Brochure / Catalog

via this auction

“Orginal vintage Moog System 35 Catalog from 1976

This vintage Moog System 35 Catalog contains information and picture’s of the The Moog Model 35 modular synthesizer.

This is a must-have for any vintage synthesizer/Moog collector as these are getting very hard/impossible to find these days.

This catalog has no highlighting,underlining or any stamps in it . This catalog is

1980 Moog Multimoog Synthesizer Reference Sheet

via Retro Synth Ads where you’ll find additional scans and a full write-up.

Oberheim OB1 Synthesizer – Original Patch Book

via this auction

“For the OBERHEIM Collector – this the original Patch Book that came with it.”

Memorymoog Moog Owners Manual + Factory Service + Schematics

via this auction

“Original manual. Slightly musty from storage, but not too bad. Hard plastic binder. Last section is an envelope with the factory schematics. Even has the 1982 warranty card!”

1975 PAIA Catalog – "Gnome Micro-Synthesizer"

via this auction

“Cool vintage catalog which was requested in 1975. Looks like it may have been stored untouched since from around that period. Very nice!”

How it All Began…

via @RetroSynthAds

“Are they beaming cats up into space or beaming them down?”

You can find the original ad here.

An Introduction to Electronic Music Synthesizers Featuring Don Muro – Vintage College Level Lesson Plan

via this auction

Here’s a interesting bit of synth history. If anyone out there knows more about this, please let us know! You can find a handful of posts featuring Don Muro in the archives here.

“Original boxed lesson plan for college level introduction on synthesizers. Complete with film strip, record to accompany film strip, teachers guide book, 32 original copies of the test, pamphlet