[Lab] Anybody interested in DIY modular synths?

Andrew O'Malley aomalley at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 14:41:30 EDT 2010

I'm certainly interested, though don't know if I'll have the resources
to commit ;(

Would be cool to see your creations at a ModLab meeting, though!


On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 2:28 PM, Tom Burns <tom.i.burns at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi list,
>   I met a couple of you at last year's circuit bending workshop with Sean,
> but otherwise haven't been out to Modlab or anything.. yet.  I'm thinking
> about bringing about my synths I've built (a midibox SID, an MFOS soundlab
> mini-synth, and a PAiA Fatman I bought already built and just re-cased) if
> I'm around this month and they're in a demonstratable state (darn ground
> loops ;).  Would this be a fun thing to bring to Modlab?
> Anyways, I was wondering.. anyone interested in DIY modular synth building?
> I haven't jumped in yet, instead having opted to build each synth in it's
> own enclosure so far, but I feel modular is the next logical step.  Doepfer
> has nice DIY kits for cases that are just power supplies and rails.
> Monorocket offers very interesting kits with a metal frame as well but the
> word from Moog Audio is that they're so swamped with requests they're not
> sure when anything will actually ship.
> If there's enough of us we could definitely benefit from the power of larger
> bulk orders, at least on the expensive parts (switches, knobs, pots,
> jacks).  I suppose that'd be true even if not all the purchasers are buying
> for a synth build.
> Cheers,
> Tom
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