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Latest revision as of 13:02, 22 July 2020

Synthesis Technology was set up in April 1997 by Paul Schreiber,[1][2] in September he asked Dan Higdon to re-pitch the latter's Module Of The Month (MOTM) idea.[3] In 2012 in-house production of modules and kits was suspended.[4]

DIY

MOTM modules are available pre-assembled or as DIY kits, but not directly from Synthesis Technology.[5]

References

  1. ^ CEM WWW Site now up, Paul Schreiber, Analogue Heaven email list, 19 Feb 1997
  2. ^ My evil modular plans, Paul Schreiber, Analogue Heaven email list, 22 Apr 1997
  3. ^ Module Of The Month club proposal, Dan Higdon, Analogue Heaven email list, 11 Sep 1997
  4. ^ The Synthesizer by Mark Vail, Oxford University Press, 2014, ISBN 0-19-539489-5
  5. ^ MOTM Info, Synthesis Technology website

External links