[sdiy] Fwd: Fatar Keyboard wiring diagram vs. Pratt-Reed Keyboard

paula at synth.net paula at synth.net
Sat Feb 23 23:15:08 CET 2019


  You can get the schematic from them, though they share it as a DXF
file (I have no idea why!).
It's a straight forward diode matrix and you have the option for way the
diodes go (anode or cathode commoned). 

  Word of warning they are TERRIBLE at replying to email, call them and
you get a way better service. 


On 2019-02-22 22:58, Terry Shultz wrote:

> fyi, 
> Terry
>> Begin forwarded message: 
>> FROM: Terry Shultz <thx1138 at earthlink.net>
>> DATE: February 22, 2019 at 2:55:29 PM PST
>> TO: synth-diy at synth-diy.org
>> Hello folks,
>> I am running out of 61-note Pratt reed keyboards that I have been sitting on for 20 _ years. 
>> Down to the last 5 units, I started out with 30 units and have been using them up.
>> Back in the late 1970's I licensed the E-Mu patented poly keyboard design from E-Mu and I have been building 
>> a few Mono and Poly keyboards up. I will now have to buy some Fatar keyboards and they are requiring me to 
>> buy quite a few for packing reasons.
>> Does anyone have the schematic to this brand of 5 octave keyboard as I will have to adapt it to my existing 
>> design.
>> Otherwise, I might just go the route of Midi to CV/Gate Module as an alternate path.
>> Any suggestions on whose Midi to CV/Gate module is the best and how many channels out would be good to know.
>> best regards,
>> Terry Shultz
>> Shultz Products LLC.
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