MATRIXSYNTH: Division 6 CEM3340 VCO & Business Card Sequencer

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Division 6 CEM3340 VCO & Business Card Sequencer

Published on May 17, 2020 matrixsynth

Update: crazy little noodle added above. Description: "I don’t know what this is, but it sure is fun. Division 6 CEM3349 VCO oscillator sweep, Malekko Richter Oscillator II sequenced by Division 6 Dual Mini Sequencer and Tiptop BD808 and SD808 triggered by Z8000 Matrix Sequencer/Programmer. Noisering modding the Oscillator II for a little added grit. All through Mattson Mini Modular JP VCF and finally TC Electronic M300. Peeeeew!!! Kidding aside, listen to how low it goes with decent speakers. The CEM3340 was used in the Moog Memorymoog, Oberheim OB-Xa, Octave Voyetra Eight, Roland SH-101, MC-202, Jupiter-6, MKS-80, Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 10 & T8, Pro-One, Prophet-600, Banana Poly Synth, Crumar Spirit, Synton Syrinx, and more. See for yourself here. The Curtis CEM3340 was re-issued in 2016."

A few pics of a surprise package in the mail the other day. :) A Division 6 CEM3340 VCO & V2 update chips for my Business Card Sequencer. Pics of them in the rack below. Looking forward to giving them a run through.

See the Division 6 website for additional details on each.

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