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From: Joe Legris
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Subject: Re: Building Analog Synths
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Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2002 09:57:59 -0500
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Allan Herriman wrote:
> On Sun, 8 Dec 2002 00:55:47 -0800, "Richie086"
>>can anyone here point me towards a website or bookstore that has information
>>on how to build or what goes into building analog synthisisers (sp)
>>I've been going to school for electronics for about 1 1/2 yrs so i know all
>>the basics of electronics, but when i look for resources on this subject ive
>>come up short.. i've been opening up old synths (not tinkering with
>>anything tho on the off chance of messing it up) just to see how everything
>>works and i have the basic idea..
>>any help is appriciated!
> A company called Curtis Electromusic made several asics for use in
> analog synths. I don't think you can get the parts any more, but the
> datasheets could give you many ideas.
> A quick Google came up with:
Useful link. They actually do sell the chips - $40 each!
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