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> i saw an old arp modular at someone's house recently that, instead of jacks,Paul doesn't like this scheme, because he maintains it's not truely a
> it had dozens of tiny sliding switches that formed a huge matrix grid. each
> position made a connection when the slider was moved into one of its 10 or
> so locations.
> this is supercool BECAUSE instead of plugging in patchcords for desired
> routings, one could flip a bunch of switches, and in the process, flip some
> switches accidentally and stumble upon lots of new unintended sounds! very
> cool. is there an interface like this that i could DIY for the MOTM?
> BTW he said he bought it at a Lucas' company clearance sale in californiaMight just be synth.lore, probably no way to prove one way or another
> and that it was used on the soundtracks for close encounters and star wars.
> i don't know the model number and cannot find any info about it on the net.