Emu Drumulator Project Machine

“This auction features a Model 7000 Emu Drumulator from Santa Cruz, California. The unit has been packed away for years and can’t get to work, but appears to be clean inside and out as shown. Hopefully you are more mechanically inclined than I am. Maybe a fuse, not sure. You are buying as parts and I will ship for free in the USA.” Click here to search for synths on eBay

Emu Drumulator

“THIS UNIT HAS BEEN IN MY STUDIO
FOR THE LAST 20+ YEARS AND HAS
BEEN WELL TAKEN CARE OF AS
YOU CAN SEE FROM THE PHOTOS.
THERE IS A DING ON THE FRONT
UNDER THE READOUT AND A CHIP
ON THE EDGE OF THE LEFT DISPLAY.

INSIDE IS CLEAN WITH NO
BATTERY CORROSION. FRESH
BATTERY INSTALLED WITHIN
THE LAST YEAR. EVERYTHING
IS WORKING CORRECTLY WITH
ONLY ONE ISSUE. ALL THE
BUTTONS WORK BUT THE BLUE
BUTTONS ARE “DUSTY” AND
SOMETIMES REQUIRE MORE
THAN ONE PUSH TO REGISTER
OR WILL GIVE A DOUBLE TAP
WHEN YOU PUSH ONCE.
I HAVE GENERALLY ALWAYS
USED THIS MACHINE WITH
THE EXTERNAL TRIGGER
INPUTS PLAYING THE FOUR
SOUNDS SELECTED ON THE
PADS, BUT THE SEQUENCER
ALSO WORKS AND I RELOADED
ALL THE ORIGINAL FACTORY
PATTERNS AND SONG. THE
SOUNDS ARE THE
ORIGINAL FACTORY SOUNDS.” Click here to search for synths on eBay

Emu Drumulator

” E-mu Drumulator was the sample-based drum-machine by E-mu Systems. It was introduced in 1983 at a price of US$995. The Drumulator was E-mu’s attempt at creating a rhythm machine like the Linn LM-1 that was better and cheaper. It was used a lot in early 1980s in synthpop and Italo-disco productions.

From basic testing, everything works. This is a VHTF machine in this condition. No buttons missing and has been stored in smoke free studio. All sales final.”
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