The Analog Lab is a suite of sonic specialists devoted to keeping the sound of Analog alive. Focusing on restoration and repair of vintage electronic music equipment, creation of unique music and sonics, and custom-built analog instruments, it is The ultimate Analog Laboratory.
With over 30 years of experience devoted to maintaining instruments by top name manufacturers, The Analog Lab is the premiere source for repair of vintage and rare music gear. Analog Lab repair techs are factory-authorized and trained specialists in brands such as Moog, ARP, Oberheim, Mellotron, and Sequential Circuits since the days when their products first hit the streets.
Being lovers of vintage gear, The Analog Lab maintains a boutique space full of classic and hard to find items for sale and rentals. Everything on offer is fully serviced by techs and is at the highest standard of performance. The Analog Lab’s boutique doubles as a studio supporting ProTools and Logic available at hourly rates, and is stocked with a rotating inventory of keyboards and musical noise-makers.
The Analog Lab works with a variety of artists and performers as part of its mission to keep the culture of vintage/analog gear alive as well as create new and unexplored sonic possibilities. As part of this goal, The Analog Lab also offers custom hand built boutique gear.
Jeff Blenkinsopp, sonic wizard and founder of The Analog Lab, has been involved with innovative music since the late 60’s. His first foray into the music world was with General Electro Music, who distributed ARP synthesizers, organs, electric pianos from Italy, and acoustic pianos from Ireland. Through his mastery of new synthesizer technologies and the electronics behind them, Jeff soon became involved with high profile acts of the day, such as Pink Floyd. Jeff worked in varying capacities from the Dark Side of the Moon tour through The Wall tour.