Sure you know the synths you can buy in the US — your Yamaha DX-7, your
MiniMoog, your Buchla. But the one country in the world that kidnapped
an audio pioneer (Leon Theremin) from his Manhattan apartment and
hauled him around the world in order to learn his secrets for espionage
also produced a rich history of synths. The Museum of Soviet Synthesizers,
available both in English and Russian, has endless details on synths
with sounds, current owners, and even links to more Soviet Synth sites.
Who knew what our Cold War rival was up to? At '' — where

If that's not enough rare and vintage synth pornography to completely
obliterate your productivity today, hear on over to Music Thing for links to mini organs for even more oddities.