MATRIXSYNTH: Dinsync GILBERT

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Dinsync GILBERT


via this auction

"DinSync’s GILBERT is a DIY analog synthesizer modeled after some of Roland’s most famous monosynths of the 1970s and 80s. The oscillators are based on the SH-101, the form factor and suboscillator are based on the MC-202, and the filter comes from the SH-09.

I will try not to repeat what’s readily available on the DinSync website. Suffice to say that if you’re looking for that butter-smooth, rubbery analog sound that made Roland famous, this is a great way to get there. Sequence it with a 303 or x0xb0x and you have a great little acid synth; or play it from a keyboard and tap into SH-101 or SH-09 vibes.

Additionally, it makes a great addition to a eurorack or other modular setup: in addition to standard CV/Gate inputs, you also have inputs for linear FM, exponential FM, VCF, VCF frequency and oscillator sync, and outputs for the VCO’s saw, square, triangle and suboscillator waves.

Oh! And if you’re not a fan of the PCB panel construction, a fancy aluminum case should be available directly from DinSync in the next few months."

You can find some videos of Gilbert in the archives here.

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