[sdiy] SH2000 mod (wavetables)

Graham Atkins gatkins at blueyonder.co.uk
Tue May 26 22:28:26 CEST 2009

I don't think it was a "wavetable" oscillator, this design pre-dates  
PPG by
several years.


On 26 May 2009, at 21:15, Gil W. wrote:

> OK so I have a nice (but old) SH2000 here, which I'd like to have  
> modded as described in the following review, but I'm not quite sure  
> I got what this guy meant... Can someone put some light on it please ?
> ** here's the review **
> The SH-2000 has a wavetable divider oscillator, and this particular  
> goody you can actually get access to, and best of all very easily.
> You simply have to open you SH-2000 and reconnect the wires to all  
> the preset-rocker-switches - sort of making a straight pass.
> When this operation is done, you will have some kind of a Roland  
> SH-2000 "Sigma".(Like The Korg KP-30 Sigma)
> Goz now you can mix all waveforms simultaniously. Thust me! this  
> takes the SH-2000 to another level. You will not be disappointed,  
> coz now it will make sounds that even the grand SH-5 can't do. The  
> SH-3A has a divider oscillator but not as complex as this one and  
> the SH-7 has a four octaves Square oscillator but very simple.
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