Re: [AH] Minimoog Voyager RME

From LarryK
Sent Sun, Jan 16th 2005, 21:12

Is the S1 thin enough to fit into a pop up case and close?  I haven't seen
any side shots yet.

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From: <Enmach@aol.com>
To: "Mati" <zurich.enteract@rcn.com>; "frequency surfing"
<frequencysurfing@yahoo.com>
Cc: <analogue@hyperreal.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 16, 2005 12:26 PM
Subject: Re: [AH] Minimoog Voyager RME


> Ah, now there is the other long term ('when I can afford it') scenario I
have been entertaining:
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> The S1 plus two CP-251s in that SKB pop-up case.  Plus the relevant
adaptor cables (1/4" to 1/8" are easy even for me to knock together).  Kinda
solves the S1's lack of mults and mixers. (though I have *not* compared the
voltage ranges yet...).
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> The RME plus boxes scenario is actually less expensive, gives you
programability but the RME will not allow the case to close.  :(
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> Pat
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> In a message dated 1/16/2005 2:39:36 AM Eastern Standard Time, Mati
<zurich.enteract@rcn.com> writes:
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> >nice - but i think my S1 would eat the moog...
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> >-------------------------------------
> >Matt
> >The Boombox United
> >www.boomboxunited.com
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> >On Jan 15, 2005, at 11:09 PM, frequency surfing wrote:
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> >>
> >> hi,
> >>
> >> << That's kinda what I was thinking: RME, VX-351, VX-352 and two
> >> CP-251. 'Rack unit'-wise, this is about 11U, so would fit into SKB
> >> pop-up case - but not if you want to close it for transport. Grrrr...
> >> >>
> >>
> >> That sounds very cool.
> >>
> >> Now place a Cwejman patchable synth above it and a full Doepfer G6 or
> >> two above that and you have pure modular-style sex in a rack. If only
> >> there was an M5 rack to add to this scenario :P
> >>
> >> Bye, Shawn
> >>
> >> www.analoguehaven.com
> >>
> >>
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