Retrofitted switchable envelope control allows sound sculpture if you wish, or vintage organ voicing if you don't. Vintage Tremolo affects both pitch and amplitude for very organic variation in the sound. You will never hear a tone like this anywhere else. The result of a complete impulse purchase on Mongo's part (he's attracted to anything ex-Soviet rather like magpies are attracted to glitter), this has turned out to be simply one of the coolest keyboards ever to set foot in the lab: the Junost-70 Polyphonic Electronic Instrument. (We're just calling it the Soviet Organ.)
Bringing with it a very strong smell of cigars and hot transformers, it's a Russian transistor-based electric organ dating from half a century ago - back when Cold War tensions were running high (and Soviet dissidents were running from armed men with dogs). The rather fetching pearlescent body came in various eyecatching colours - ours is a natty salmon pink, though we've given you a turquoise version in the UI - and is dominated by a bank of unmarked roller dials which do slightly inscrutable things: some vary the footages, one adds vibrato, one alters the balance between the sides of the keyboard, one signals the Kremlin via shortwave to report political unsoundness, etc.
Best of all, though, it comes in a flightcase into which are built four speakers, turning the case into a crude but effective portable sound-system to boost the output from the keyboard's own built-in 8-inch speaker. We dithered about whether to buy the flightcase since it would have to be shipped from the former Soviet Union, and it weighed a ton (as does the steel-framed keyboard itself). We're so glad we bothered. The body speaker is fantastically warm, compressed and slightly overdriven, but the flightcase speakers are just insane. They're clearly basically broken - shredded by too many elbow glissandos is our guess, or maybe someone just fell into them at some point - and the sound they make is, in Mongo's words, "utterly borked". Played through the in-body speaker, the Junost sounds recognisably like an organ (although one in which "number of octave synthesis registers with smooth adjustment of the proportion of mixing", as the Museum of Soviet Synthesisers puts it). Played through the flightcase set, it sounds like Armageddon.
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