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The Brother Auto Emillion as pictured outside of Rissho Kosei-Kai of Los Angeles

The Brother Auto Emillion analog organ-style synthesizer is a japanese-made keyboard with a stand that has a built-in 5ohm amp.  The timbres on it are created using 4 draw bars as well as vibrato, sustain and expression pedal controls.  The keyboard was rebranded in the United States as the Baldwin Discoverer and Dustin's is modified with black marker to resemble the US rebrand.  The one Dustin bought on late February of 2012 was purchased at a Buddhist rummage sale in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.  The synth is featured on Beyette's "Growth " album as well as "Chances - Original Motion Picture Score ".  Sometimes it is recorded directly, other times the amp below the keyboard is mic'd.

Additional LinksEdit

Brother Auto Emillion (video on page)

The Baldwin Discoverer (Photos of the US Rebrand)