[sdiy] MOOG 901D schematic?

dan snazelle subjectivity at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 10 01:42:16 CEST 2012



On Aug 9, 2012, at 7:34 PM, Michael Zacherl wrote:

> that said and after re-reading this link i don't think that's something too special by today's standards.
> a clipper and inverting mixing stage (e.g. oakley multimix) should do the job.
> definitely no rocket science.  ;-)
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> On 9.8.2012, at 12:24 , Michael Zacherl wrote:
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>> Interesting, according to this "only eight of these modules where produced" ...
>> http://moogarchives.com/m901ab.htm
>> no schematics though :-/
>> 
>> Michael.
>> 
>> On 9.8.2012, at 08:39 , dan snazelle wrote:
>> 
>>> tonight reading "The A-Z of analogue synthesizers, I came across a Moog Module I had never heard about before or seen in any of my schematics...the 901D.
>>> 
>>> it seems to be some kind of waveform mixer/variable clipper that connects to the oscillator module.
>>> 
>>> It looked interesting.
>>> 
>>> Does anyone anything about it or  know where to find a schematic for this module?
>>> 
>>> 
>>> thanks





I didnt think it would be rocket science BUT i also thought it would be a fun circuit to breadboard....sadly it seems 
its super rare



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