MATRIXSYNTH: Dinsync Gilbert Analog Synthesizer

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Dinsync Gilbert Analog Synthesizer

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"DinSync (Paul Barker) is the DIY synthesizer genius behind the RE-303 replica of the Roland TB-303. The Gilbert is his own design to recreate the sounds the equally famous Roland SH-101. Yes, it sounds just like the originals - AMAZING!

Professionally built and fully calibrated using precision equipment. This is a backup unit that has been in storage. It's only been used twice and has been fully tested and is ready to rock.

Use Gilbert with the sequencer of your choice! Use it with a MIDI sequencer using a MIDI/CV converter (check my other auction: Syntecno Teebee 303 clone with MIDI/CV converter.)

Gilbert pairs amazingly well with eurorack gear also since it is triggered by CV/Gate signals. Can be used as a desktop synth or is potentially rackable as well: the back is currently fitted with white board but can be modified with other materials or cases of your choosing.

Monosynth based on the “best” era of Japanese analog synthesizers.
Original Curtis CEM3340 oscillator
MC-202 style formfactor
SH-101 style noise oscillator
MC-202 Sub Oscillator
SH09/Jupiter 4 (rev 1) style VCF
SH09 style interface layout
I/O (3.5mm jacks)
1v per octave cv/gate inputs
Raw oscillator outputs (saw, square, triangle, sub)
Hard Sync
Exponential FM
Linear FM
CV over VCF
External input (to mixer/vcf) with envelope follower
Simultaneous audio output on both 3.5mm and 6.3mm jacks."

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