February 18, 2009

1.2 volt per octave input


Pictured is the 258v with the addition of a trimmed 1.2 volt/octave CV input (the grey banana jack on the left). I have decided to go with this system because it gives the trimmed CV in I want, but doesn't take away any other inputs or outputs. The fine tune control for the left most CV in, I believe only was useful when scaling that input for a keyboard.

I'm working on them, and still waiting on the Selco knobs...

6 comments:

Wavedeform said...

Lovely.

buchlajoe said...

I have the honor of receiving the first one , and it is AWESOME. It fills the sonic holes in the 200e perfectly. Thank you Mark .... i wish i ordered 2!

Reed said...

Now we know it's closer to 1.14 volts per octave. Darn recession affects everything.

mono-poly said...

I am getting one to :)

Get Loose said...

Hey Williamsburg Rogan-order Chris here; Still in Mexico, but have been thinking about my modular and wanted to ask you if either of your recent Verbos & Associates modules, 254 and 258, are still avaiable for sale? Or are they all spoken for already? Thanks

Baby's Daddy said...

yes i too would really like to get one if ther are any more that are available.... they look amazing. well done !