BOCGS MARSH - Mutilated Active Research System Hold

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Our Serge Marsh (Mutilated Active Research System Hold) panel is a faithful recreation of the original classic Serge analogue system.

Our Serge Marsh (Mutilated Active Research System Hold) panel is a faithful recreation of the original classic Serge analogue system.

This panel consists of the following elements:

Infinite Melody
CV Cluster
Saw Pitch Shifter/Wave Multiplier
Modulo Magic
Diatonic Converter
Slope Detector
VCA
Dual Voltage Processor
Extended ADSR

Each kit includes:

Front Panel
PCBs
Components to fully dress the PCBs
Hardware to fully dress the Front Panel
Mounting hardware (including CGS91)
Black enclosure

Inclusion (option):

Power Supply Module (PSU-8 Micro-Dual-Rail Power Supply)
Regulated +/-12VDC supply

To build each kit:

Medium skill level.
Typical Assembly tools: Solder, Soldering Iron, Crimp tool, wire stripper... etc.
Reem of wire to suit your preference of colour/s.
Ability to identify components.
Ability to follow build guide.

Options:

This Module is available to buy as -
A DIY kit, parts and components to build your own, including power module and power supply.
A DIY kit, parts and components to build your own, excluding power module and power supply.
A Panel & PCB/s only kit. You will need to buy all other components (BOM available)

Serge Tcherepnin was a professor at CalArts, and was exposed to some of the earliest modular synthesizers designed by Don Buchla. Serge desired to create something like the exclusively expensive Buchla modular synthesizers "for the people that would be both inexpensive and powerful." After building prototypes, Tcherepnin went on to develop kits for students to affordably build their own modular synthesizer, production taking place unofficially on a second floor Calarts balcony. This led to Tcherepnin leaving CalArts in order to produce kits commercially.

After leaving CalArts, Serge had a small factory on Western Avenue in Hollywood. He relocated to a three-story Victorian house on Haight Street in 1980. While the synthesizers were inexpensive compared to Moog, Buchla, Roland and other manufacturers, Serge Tcherepnin's emphasis was always on providing musicians with quality equipment.

https://www.elby-designs.com/contents/en-us/p1177_MARSH.html

Module is available as a DIY project only.

This Module is currently available.

$627 Price in € submitted Oct 23rd 2019, 00:27 by shockelectronix | last Change Mar 21st, 20:10 by thetaflux

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