[sdiy] Compact Clone PCBs (inspired by Schulte Compact A Phasing)

JH. jhaible at debitel.net
Tue Sep 18 23:52:41 CEST 2007

Hi -

If you listen to German records from the 1970's, you often hear a rather 
unique phasing that comes from a device called "Compact A Phaser" from the 
Berlin company "Gert Schulte Audio Elektronik". It's often referred to as 
"Schulte Phaser", and I have heard it being called "Krautrock Phaser", 
"Schulze Phaser" (because it's prominent on many early KS albums), "TD 
Phaser" (because of Tangerine Dream). In my opinion, this phaser has been 
important to the sound of these early electronic musicians almost as much as 
the synthesizers the used.

I'm in the progress to make PCBs available for this, in a similar way as I 
did with the Tau Phaser.

See details at
http://www.jhaible.heim.at/compact_clone/compact_clone.html .

I'm *not* taking orders for PCBs yet, but I'd like to find out how many 
would be interested in such PCBs.
Pricing and handling will be similar as before.

Please send me an email with the following in the subject line, if you're 

"Compact Clone - I'm interested"


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