> From: "Paul Schreiber" <synth1@...>
> No vocoder plans soon. A MOAV vocoder would cost about $600.
Stooge Larry writes:
Hmmm... About the same price as that MAM thing that gets such good reviews.
> > From: "Tkacs, Ken" <Ken.Tkacs@...>
> > Subliminal persuasion aside, I would also be interested in knowing if a
> > Vocoder is in the air for MOTM. If not, I'll pick up that "other
> > brand," but if there are any plans for an MOTM one, I'll hold off.
As far as holding off, I would say don't. That other bargain brand is a
lot of fun (yes, I know it is not MOTM standard). But, if you buy the kit
and assemble it you will always be able to get your money back selling it
on e-bay or AH when-and-if Paul ever makes us MOAV. Because my name,
photos of the "Scott Lee" modification in my vocoder, and wav files I made
are all posted at the PAiA site. I have been asked more than once if I
would assemble one by little vocoder want-to-bes that don't know which end
of the solder iron is hot. BTW, John took my nice 32 KHZ, 12 bit samples
and squished them down to 8 bit 11Khz. So, they really do sound better
E-mail me privately if you want some sample .WAV files I did with that
"other brand" vocoder. :)