Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygène

Campacasa's Music CD Collection

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New: DDRM - Deckard's Dream

The story on a project I'm starting in November 2018: A DIY kit by Black Corporation in Japan. "Replicants are not clones." An 8-voice polophonic analog synthesizer, inspired by the Yamaha CS-80 from the late 1970s and early 1980s. Slow pace, I'm not able to spend a lot of time at once.


Campacasa's TTSH

TTSH - Two Thousand Six Hundred

The story on a project I've started in February 2015: A DIY kit by The Human Comparator in Sweden, allowing to build a scaled remake of the famous ARP 2600 semi-modular analog synthesizer from the 1970's.

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Korg's ARP Odyssey

Korg's ARP Odyssey

A (86% scaled) remake of the legendary ARP Odyssey from 1972 to 1981. As a youngster I had a lot of interest in analog synthesizers (and I still have), but never had the chance to own one. This affordable model now allows to experiment a lot. It really sounds good and additionally may serve very well to control my DIY TTSH (ARP 2600) kit, once ready. See also Korg ARP Odyssey website.

Korg MS-20 mini

The Korg MS-20 mini Synthesizer

A (86% scaled) remake of the legendary MS-20 of 1978. Being an affordable model, I had bought it in 2014 to pick up my old (a long time ago) hobby on analog synthesizers again. See also Korg MS-20 mini website.

I've added the little Korg SQ-1 step sequencer, which can also control other synthesizers. See also Korg SQ-1 website.

Sony TA-4650 VFet Amplifier

Some Pictures of My Old Sony TA-4650 VFet Amplifier

I got this 1970's amplifier somewhere in the 1980's from my late uncle. The power amplifier was broken and he had bought something new at that time. Only these days I read that this probably was a known problem, caused by some wrong diodes. Anyway, as a replacement power amplifier I found the "Mini-Crescendo" from the Dutch Elektuur (Elektor) electronics magazine (issue May 1984). It kind of fitted to the power supply and the available space inside. My uncle had all the electronic schematics of the TA-4650, so I was able to find out how to connect things.

It served me many years, most recently in the study. But now I have bought something more modern and smaller for that place.


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