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Subject: Re: Daughter of MOAS

From: Gur Milstein <gur-m@...
Date: 1999-04-05

no no no just not a maq clone it sucks.
i dont know what to say no more,i hate this hybride sequencers.
i want a simple analog sequencer,i want a smart quantizer not just
the cromatic scale,i liked a lot the doep... desighn both
of the triger sequencer and the quantizer chack it out.
if the non MOAS would cost 400-500$ then how much the MOAS
would cost 2000$,its crazy.
for a guy like me how dont use MIDI at all i need lots
of sequencers so do i gone end up with 5000$ of sequencer's ?

Gur Milstein

At 06:27 PM 4/4/99 -0500, you wrote:
>From: "Paul Schreiber" <synth1@...>
>Well, here is a thought for an intermediate version (non-MOAS).
>1) Use Spectrol 248 conductive plastic pots (the black ones on the '110
>kit). I get those for
>about $2.75ea.
>2) Use a 12-bit ADC to read them in, and a 12-bit DAC for the output.
>3) Use a 8051 uP (I have full-tilt boogy tools for 8051 and as a warning I
>LOVE assembly).
>4) Use a standard 2 line 16char LCD display or I have a surprise for an
>equivalent. Both cost me about $20.
>This would fit in a 3U wide, kit would be $400-500, and you get 1X16, 2X8
>with EEPROM program storage,
>sync to MIDI clock, etc etc etc. Glide, quantizer, SW upgrades off the net,
>blah blah blah.
>Paul S.
>Mr. Mico
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