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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Schaltzentale - Incredible Steampunk Modular


via sequencer.de where you'll find details in German. Googlish here.

The modular is from Moritz Wolpert.

"All parts such as buttons + handles were on the lathe by hand. Gleiches gilt für die Front Platte. The same goes for the front panel. "

see the steampunk label below for more





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12 comments:

  1. Quite awesome.

    I wonder what synth electronics he stuffed in it. Using Banana jacks, so +1 for that ;-)

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  2. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. That's a beautiful design! It must weigh a ton, though. And I wonder what the alarm bell on the side panel does....

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  4. So now: Where can we hear this thing ??? I have tried to find something - but not really successful.....I want to hear this monster......

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  5. I am most certainly in a minority here but the whole "steampunk" fad is so 1800's. It's beyond being douchy. It's like douche^1888

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  6. words dont do it justice!

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  7. Holy freel that is sweet looking. Even if it sounds half as good as it looks it stills going to be amazing.

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  8. speechless. all your effort was really worth it. that thing belongs in an art gallery.

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