EMS Synthi AK is a vintage analog synthesizer made by Electronic Music Studios (EMS) in the early 1970s. It is a semi-modular synthesizer, meaning that it has a number of pre-wired connections between its various components, but also allows for patching of additional connections. It is known for its unique sound and has been used by a variety of artists, including Pink Floyd, Brian Eno, and Kraftwerk.
The EMS Synthi AK is a three-oscillator synthesizer with a voltage-controlled filter, two envelope generators, and a noise generator. It also features a sequencer, a spring reverb, and a joystick controller. The joystick controller allows for real-time manipulation of the sound, allowing for a wide range of sonic possibilities. The EMS Synthi AK also features a patch bay, allowing for the connection of external devices such as sequencers and drum machines.