Studio 2014

Finally, after almost a whole year of residing in boxes, wrapped in anti-static bubble pack, the 5U modules have been unpacked and installed into the five main walnut cabinets. Big thanks to Charles Brandon Howes for assistance in unpacking and setting up. Since I had used the power supply from one of the 5U portable cabinets for my Quantisise project, the 20U of modules in the left portable cabinet are without power. Portable cabinets on the right hold the 5U/BugBrand/CGS Serge, and the mixing and effects are beneath.


The table holds the four Ciat-Lonbarde instruments, left to right:  Tetrazzi Organ, Cocoquantus, Plumbutter, and Sidrazzi Organ.  The patch cords are in a Pomona rack to the right.


Here’s the workbench, in the midst of bread-boarding Meng Qi Rollz5 circuits for an upcoming project.

Finally a closeup of the main cabinet. It’s laid out a little differently than previously. The ZO came to the center again. And the lower cabinet has some small-knob modules.


2 Responses to Studio 2014

  1. Emery says:

    Beautiful! Did you build the 5u stuff?

  2. Richard says:

    Thank you. Yes, I built most of the 5U MOTM format modules. All but the MOTM-730, the Modcan B, the Encore, and the Cyndustries ZO.

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