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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Yamaha DX-7 SN 81504


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Pittsburgh Modular VILFO


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"Peculiar LFO module from the soldering irons of the mighty Pittsburgh Modular. You've got a wave that can be varied from triangle to square to some kind of mishmash of both, and then if you put other CVs into it they all get mixed up together. Great for making wonky rhythmic clocks or strange modulations patterns. Plus it has a very aesthetically pleasing LED that looks like HAL 9000 is winking at you and a satisfyingly large frequency knob. Ooh-er missus, etc. But it is great."


Pittsburgh Modular Timetable


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"The Timetable is a rather funky clock divider with several twists. The side with the yellow LEDs gives you relatively straight divisions of the clock input, while the side with the red LEDs takes it's cue from the yellow side in various ways depending on the position of the pots, switches and any other external CV's you throw at it. In between them you have three CV outputs that are different interpolations of both sides simultaneously. My favourite's CV3 - my tip is once you get a nice pattern going, stick that into a filter and have a fiddle. It's definitely a module that rewards experimentation and I've had a lot of fun with it. You can also, if you are so minded, swap out the CMOS chips for different logic types and get different patterns entirely. I haven't done this, it's just the stock chips it came with. But hey, experimentation!"


Sequential Circuits Six-Trak Analog Synth


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MOOG OPUS 3 vintage analog synthesizer


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YAMAHA AN1X ANALOG MODELING VA SYNTH


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