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Subject: Re: Daughter of MOAS layout

From: "J. Larry Hendry" <jlarryh@...
Date: 1999-08-18

OK. I want to play this game too. Unfortunately, I am analog sequencer
stupid. I am trying to figure out why stuff won't fit and I realize that I
don't really know what besides pots will be on the front panel. So, you
guys in the know need to share some more a bit (like how many pots,
switches, jacks, etc.) so I can continue to be a pain in the a∗∗
,submitting left field ideas from a guy not biased by the paradigm of
actually knowing what he is talking about.
Larry Hendry
From: "Dave Bradley" <daveb@...>

I took both 3/4" and 1/2" knobs last night and
laid them out in a row on top of my synth cabinet.
There's no way to get 8 in a row in 5 spaces. The best
I could do was to get 8 of the 1/2" knobs in a row in 6
spaces, but they are ridiculously teeny.

So are we looking at a 4x4 matrix? Dual ganged pots?

From: Paul Schreiber <synth1@...>
Subject: Re: [motm] Daughter of MOAS layout
Date: Tuesday, August 17, 1999 9:42 AM

From: "Paul Schreiber" <synth1@...>

Vertical rows 2 x 8 {ok a column.}

Paul S.
From: Gur Milstein <gur_mil@...>

great desighn Paul,i like it all.
the weakness point of a system like this might be the editing of
the transit frome one patern(16 pots) to the other,as we want
to musicly relat this two.
i think this function must be the fastest and easy to use.

Paul how about making it a 4/4,as it usualy more easy to set
a 16 pots sequence by seting ferst 4 pots in a cycle mode and then
the next 4 pots.... and then chain this 4 mini sequences to reach a
16 step sequence ?