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Ken Stone was not in a position to afford the kit, choosing instead to buy just the printed circuit board as part of a one time special offer Paul made him. For his home use on a budget, he did not feel the use of top quality parts was justified, nor did the 5U form factor of the [[MOTM]] panel suit his needs. The ''vibrato source select'' jumper was also brought out to the front panel as a switch. All components were obtained locally, a challenge at times, and a new panel designed for it.  
 
Ken Stone was not in a position to afford the kit, choosing instead to buy just the printed circuit board as part of a one time special offer Paul made him. For his home use on a budget, he did not feel the use of top quality parts was justified, nor did the 5U form factor of the [[MOTM]] panel suit his needs. The ''vibrato source select'' jumper was also brought out to the front panel as a switch. All components were obtained locally, a challenge at times, and a new panel designed for it.  
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Readers are permitted to construct these circuits for their own personal use only. Ken Stone retains all rights to his work.
  
 
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* [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CGS_synth CGS Synth discussion group], for discussion of locating parts, modifications and corrections etc.
 
* [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CGS_synth CGS Synth discussion group], for discussion of locating parts, modifications and corrections etc.
  
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Latest revision as of 20:19, 7 June 2019

Cgs panel motm100.jpg
Cgs photo motm100.jpg
Panel artwork. Click through for larger version. Print at 200 DPI.

This CGS MOTM 101 noise, S&H and vibrato was built from a design by Paul Schreiber.

Ken Stone was not in a position to afford the kit, choosing instead to buy just the printed circuit board as part of a one time special offer Paul made him. For his home use on a budget, he did not feel the use of top quality parts was justified, nor did the 5U form factor of the MOTM panel suit his needs. The vibrato source select jumper was also brought out to the front panel as a switch. All components were obtained locally, a challenge at times, and a new panel designed for it.

CC-BY-NC

Readers are permitted to construct these circuits for their own personal use only. Ken Stone retains all rights to his work.

See also

References

MOTM100 (archived) by Ken Stone, 1999, with permission of the author

External links