MATRIXSYNTH: Ciat-Lonbarde Din Datin Dudero Srine

Wednesday, July 01, 2020

Ciat-Lonbarde Din Datin Dudero Srine


via this auction

You can find a demo of one here.

"Din Datin Dudero Srine (i.e. the one with triangle wave oscillators) from Peter Blasser of Ciat-Lonbarde fame- an instrument so weird, it makes Plumbutter seem like Korg Minipops. If you want an instrument that will surprise you, the DDD is your huckleberry. Of course, it is a standalone instrument, but using the DDD to modulate a Sidrax was pretty tight. I can attempt to answer any questions you may have about this beast, but the word here is 'esoteric.'

Condition-wise, it's functionally perfect; I've tested all of the jacks and they all do something. Cosmetically, there are some imperfections in the finish, but it came direct from Peter like that. That's par for the course of Blasser's craftsmanship in my experience."

2 comments:

  1. Is "Din Datin Dudero Srine" language or just nonsense words? I tried several translators which each say it is Malay but it does not translate into anything but itself.

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  2. Further research shows Din Datin Dudero may be a name.

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