EML ElectroComp 200 [Vintage]

EML ElectroComp 200

EML ElectroComp 200


One of the very first synths created, in the late 1960s, by Electronic Music Laboratories. Similar to Moog and ARP synths, the company designed for the educational market.

The ElectroComp 200 included a number of features including stereophonic sound, a Wave Shaper. It has a great front panel and over 60 patch points. It can be used with other analog synths with the correct type of CV/Gate connections.


Company: ElectroComp Labs (EML)
Year First Produced: 1969
Produced Until: 1980
Polyphony: Monophonic
Oscillators: 2 VCOs (sine/triangle/pulse/noise)
LFO: Yes
Filter: Low Pass, High Pass, 2 Ring Mods
VCA: ADS envelope generator
Keyboard: No
Memory: No
Control: CV/Gate