Re: [AH] doepfer cloning buchla? ARO copying Moog

From francois.buat
Sent Mon, Jan 5th 2009, 20:16

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Arp copied Moog... But "let's keep the silence" nobody knows...=20

Well, who didn't copy...? Donut copied other small companies as well...
A certain french one for exemple...

And Doepfer is not a cloning company. I had the opportunity to see his modu=
lar during
a synth meeting. Dieter Doepfer did a demo and I have been quite surprised.

This mail just to stop bad rumours...
And may be start others...

May be time to boycote Arp so... Or Buchla...=20


--- Igor Medeiros <> schrieb am Mo, 5.1.2009:
Von: Igor Medeiros <>
Betreff: Re: [AH] doepfer cloning buchla? (or anyone else)
An: "Danjel van Tijn" <>
CC: "analogue list" <>
Datum: Montag, 5. Januar 2009, 19:49

if you are talking about 259e, i think hertz donut, from the harvestaman:

if you are talking old 259, maybe 2x PlanB Model15 plus a Model 25 or a STG
WaveFolder ???
or someone has a better suggestion? anyone compared waveshaper from both?


On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 3:22 PM, Danjel van Tijn <> wrote:

> I am in the process of planning a modular system. I want it for more
> experimental sounds and signal processing and I am pretty sure I will go
> with a Eurorack system at this point (mainly for affordability and good
> variety of modules available).
> From digging around I saw some old info about Doepfer possibly cloning (o=
> at least making simmilar functionality to) Buchla 259 series.
> Does anyone know if this is in the works?
> Any other module manufacturers that have made stuff with nods to Buchla?
> I already bought some PCBs that are clones of a Buchla matrix mixer.
> cheers,
> Danjel