PLEASE BE SURE TO READ ALL THE NOTES ON THE SCHEMATICS. THESE CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT BUILDING THE PCBs.
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First, in the menu to the left, you will find links to Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) for sale. Sorry, no kits or panels (see Synthcube.com). However, panel layouts are on the “Panels” page. Modify them as you see fit. Someday, I may offer some parts to make the experience a little easier.
Schematics are found on the respective module page under the heading “DOCUMENTS”.
The Steiner schematics are included with the permission and good nature of Nyle Steiner. When I asked if I could share the schematics, he was happy to share them. Thank you again Nyle. I could not have accomplished re-issuing Nyle’s designs without his help and encouragement.
It’s my understanding the Moog™ schematics are in the public domain. I re-captured them, corrected them where needed, and designed new layouts hopefully which will make adding them to your system easier. If my use violates any kind of property rights or laws, let me know and I will cooperate in rectifying the error.
Where I have used ideas from others, I’ve tried my best to give credit where credit is due. There are many brilliant circuit designers in this SDIY world who share their ideas and designs. I can’t help but be influenced by their creations. Thank you.
Second, there are links to my own projects. Some in progress, some finished long ago.