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Friday, September 04, 2020

Nothing Fancy

Martin Peters

"Last week I thought it was time to do some maintenance on the Polymoog. Three keys in the lower region were not working and I wanted to investigate the keyboard dynamics. Jareth Lackey helped me a lot with the keyboard dynamics: Thanks for that. There is a little mod on the back side for the S-Trig input with a 1/8" jack bus, a BC182A transistor and a 10K resistor. It was already there when I bought it but the transistor got loose from the wiring. So I connected that again. And during tested it, I came up with this little tune. The Polymoog modded S-Trig input is connected to a gate output of the Cirklon. The Cirklon also sequences a bassline on the and a sequence on the SEM. The NDLR drives the Mopho with a sequence. The solo is on the Minimoog. It is recorded from the stereo output of my mixer. All very simple, nothing fancy. Hope you like it."

Polymoog with the top lid off.

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