Music Easel Modern by Buchla
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The development of the legendary modular analogue synthesiser by Don Buchla.
In 1973, the Music Easel was one of the first portable electronic synthesizers.
The Easel has been extended with five additional banana CV connections, with which knobs and faders can be controlled and pulses can be sent independently to different inputs. If there is no aux input, the module produces analogue white noise. The top row layout has been made more logical and there is now an LED indicator for the operation/control mode.
The pulser has its own single pulse switch and mode discrimination. The modulation oscillator section has been coloured green so that each main section has its own colour. The listed oscillator frequencies are more accurate and the scaled fader input range can now be set to 1.2 V/oct. In addition, the new modulation oscillator and envelope generator inputs can be trimmed to typical input ranges.
- Robust ABS plastic housing with an internal metal frame.
- Ten panel system including Electric Music Box Input/Output (EMBIO) module
- Expandable with Buchla modules and the Buchla Program Manger Card
- Sustain pedal connection on the front
- Size: (40x17x57cm)