Aries System 300

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The Aries System 300 electronic modular synthesizer is a classic modular synthesizer that competed against Moog, Arp, Buchla, E-mu, and Roland modular systems of the time.[1]. Designed by Dennis Colin who also helped to design the ARP 2500 and 2600, and manufactured by Aries Music Inc..[2]

Format

Aries module front panels are of 3"x9"x1/16" black anodized aluminum. They a require ±15V supply. The VCO, gate and trigger signals are 10V peak-to-peak and it follows the Volt/octave convention. Patching is with 3.5mm jacks.[3]

References

  1. ^ Aries 300 Music System at Vintage Synth Explorer
  2. ^ ARIES Modular Systems website by Robert Leiner
  3. ^ "Aries Comparability". Archived from the original on 2013-05-10. Retrieved 2013-05-10. 

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