Finnish keyboard and pro audio products manufacturer Generalmusic – which announced plans earlier this year to reintroduce its ‘legendary brands’ GEM, LEM and ELKA – has gone live with a new site, dedicated to Elka.
No details are available on the site yet. Instead, the site is focused primarily on gathering email addresses to gauge interest.
Here’s what they have to say on the new site:
in 2015, we want to bring back the legendary Elka Synthex synthesizer. If you love the Elka and want to see it make a comeback, sign up and be a part of something exciting.
There are some things that are too good to be forgotten – and the Elka Synthex is one of them. Be a part of its return this year.
The Elka Synthex and its unmistakable sound are loved and used by some of the greatest musicians of the 20th century. Be a part of its return this year.
The Elka Synthex synthesizers will be made with selected original vintage parts in Salo, Finland. And now you can be a part of its return.
The Elka Synex is an 8-voice polysynth, manufactured from 1981-1984. It offers 2 oscillators per voice, multimode filter and a 4-track sequencer.