The worlds largest collection of synthesizers is trying to open itself to the public

The worlds largest collection of synthesizers is trying to open itself to the public

If an old Microkorg gets your fingers fiddling, or you have had the odd look into your local DJ store …

If an old Microkorg gets your fingers fiddling, or you have had the odd look into your local DJ store but had no idea what you were looking at, the new Swiss Playroom is looking to give your curious mind a place to explore.

Humorously mentioned by Dutch artist Legowelt as, “pretty much like that ending scene of Indiana Jones with the giant hall for relics but with synths” we look at the installation of 1000 synthesizers and 5000 other devices in an old beer factory.

Marketed to encourage memberships and contributions to their kickstarter campaign, the volunteers and team at the Swiss Museum & Center for Electronic Music Instruments will offer memberships, classes, workshops and even bookings for private recording sessions.

The good people putting this cause together are just short on money and if you have a spare few dollars that could go towards a great cause then you can donate here.

Check out the promo vid below and tell us if it perks your curiosity.

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