That Damn 808 mr808 at
Fri Jan 19 19:35:41 CET 1996

At 1:56 PM 1/19/96, Juergen wrote:

>I also sent out the schematics long ago to someone who promised to
>scan them (no pun ...) and put them into some archives, but I haven't
>seen them appear anywhere so far.
>Jeffree, I am not sure, but was it You?

No, I have the modified variable slope filter schematic.  Sorry for the
delay in scanning them - my friend w/ the scanner (Brian Coates) has
disappeared off the face of the earth.  Does anyone in Portland OR have
access to a scanner?

BTW Juergen, now that you have the complete EN collection, we need to find
something else for me to send you.

Signing off


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