Re: [AH] Best Modular Company?

From Zsolt Homlokos
Sent Tue, Mar 28th 2000, 01:03

well you have to pay customs and a bit more shipping and the MOTM is also
getting to your house.
i think its worth .
or wait until incredibly high demand will force P.S. to open a MOTM-factory and

build up a worldwide distribution with import companies in each country.


Andrew Ison schrieb:

> Just that the importation to Europe seems to be lacking.
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> From: Celeste H <>
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> Sent: Monday, March 27, 2000 10:22 PM
> Subject: Re: [AH] Best Modular Company?
> MOTM all the way.  The parts are sturdy, you get thick front plates and
> stuff bolted down so they're not going to bend or break or have some sort
> of physical failure.  The electronics are solid too, super stable
> oscilators.  Sounds great.  There are a few different types of filters out
> and more on the way, so you can get a lot of different types of sound out
> of it.  And customer support is friendly, helpful and responsive, since
> it's Paul S, the guy who builds them.  You can get them kit or
> preassembled.  the modules are a nice size, the knobs are big and easilly
> accessible, so it's easy to tweak them.  It looks spiffy.  Price is
> reasonable.  I dig my MOTM.
> celeste
> (not on MOTM's payroll... ;)
> On Sat, 25 Mar 2000 wrote:
> > In your opinion, which of the major modular synth companies (Doepfer,
> > Analogue Systems UK, Technosaurus, Wiard, MOTM) is the best in terms of
> > value, build quality, sound quality, and customer support? I'm very
> > interested in building a modular synth, but there are so many companies,
> and
> > I don't know where to start. I'm leaning toward Doepfer because of the
> sheer
> > number of modules available. However, I like Technosaurus as well because
> I
> > own their "groove pair" and I'm happy with the company as a whole. Any
> > thoughts? Thanks!
> >
> > -Nick
> >
> >
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