Buchla 200e

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The Buchla 200e is a modular synthesizer designed by electronic music pioneer Don Buchla and built by Buchla and Associates (now called Buchla Electronic Musical Instruments).

History

The 200e is based on the earlier Model 200 system. Many of the modules in the 200e series share similar functionality and layout with Model 200 modules, and therefore have similar names. However, all of the e series modules have the ability to store and recall parameters set by the user. Another new feature the 200e adds is MIDI implementation via the 225e MIDI Decoder module. This allows 200e modules to respond to MIDI note, velocity, and controller data via internal busses.

Modules

Currently available 200e modules:

  • 206e Mixer / Preset Manager
  • 207e Mixer / Mic Preamplifier
  • 210e Control and Signal Router
  • 222e Multi Dimensional Kinesthetic Input Port
  • 223e Tactile Input Port
  • 225e MIDI Decoder / Preset Manager
  • 227e System Interface
  • 230e Triple Envelope Tracker / Preamplifier
  • 250e Arbitrary Function Generator
  • 256e Quad Control Voltage Processor
  • 259e Twisted Waveform Generator
  • 260e Duophonic Pitch Class Generator
  • 261e Complex Waveform Generator
  • 266e Source of Uncertainty
  • 281e Quad Function Generator
  • 285e Frequency Shifter / Balanced Modulator
  • 291e Triple Morphing Filter
  • 292e Quad Dynamics Manager
  • 296e Spectral Processor

Discontinued 200e modules:

  • 249e Arbitrary Function Generator

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