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Korg release Monotron schematics
      #873045 - 05/11/10 06:30 PM
http://matrixsynth.blogspot.com/2010/11/korg-monotron-schematics.html

That's a pretty unusual thing for a large corporation to do ... interesting. Of the big three manufacturers (Korg, Roland and Yamaha) I think Korg are making all the most interesting moves just now.

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Re: Korg release Monotron schematics new [Re: jellyjim]
      #873050 - 05/11/10 07:03 PM
There was a time when all gear came with service manual and schematics included...

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Re: Korg release Monotron schematics new [Re: jellyjim]
      #873053 - 05/11/10 07:12 PM
I had a look at it today already. Someone posted a link in the monotron thread in the synth section here.
You have to wonder what Korgs intentions are with this thing. The PCB is already conveniently labelled in places, to point out handy CV points etc..

It seems unusual for any manufacturer to make something intended to be modified!? (Or even serviced) Least of all a big player like Korg. Im not complaining though

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Re: Korg release Monotron schematics new [Re: ~Paul]
      #873227 - 06/11/10 09:47 PM
Quote ~Paul:

You have to wonder what Korgs intentions are with this thing.



I'm guessing/hoping a cheap mini modular system... With the schematics released, that could be done with the Monotron quite easily by someone with half decent DIY skillz... Just get three and suitably mod them for a triple osc, triple filter, triple LFO, triple amp system.


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