Buying a ton of vintage gear is one thing, but you are going to need both the space to store everything and some sort of surface to place them on when using them.

A while back we mentioned the LittleBits Electronic Synth Kit in our article about "How To Get Your Kids Into Synths".

Synths have become synonymous with science fiction movie sound effects and music, there is a lot more to these marvelous instruments.

Some vintage synth owners use their instruments purely for their enjoyment and never get as far as recording anything. Others record their compositions for personal use or to share with friends.

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