I built a Analog Synth

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Re: I built a Analog Synth

Post by Hellhound » Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:12 pm

Good work man. Also, nice 'On The Run' cover.
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Re: I built a Analog Synth

Post by Altitude » Thu Dec 18, 2008 5:23 pm

nathanscribe wrote:Nice work on the Soundlab there. I'm building an ASM-2 at the moment (or rather, it's a long intermittent project in between everything else) - Elby are very thorough with their documentation, though that for the ASM took a fair bit of organising to make it practical for the build.

Wait till you start designing your own circuits. Then it gets fun... :wink:

Lol.. we always seem to be on the same bandwidth, that is my extended project also. I am going to be doing large Wizard lexan overlays so I'll keep you in mind..

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Re: I built a Analog Synth

Post by garranimal » Fri Dec 19, 2008 5:13 am

OMG this vid is pushing me over the edge to build s**t now. Don't want it to take away time from making music. But damn, those synth projects on MFOS look funnnnnnnn!.....submerse away many hours and not know what day it is.

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