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PAiA Oz Reissue? Maybe?
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Author:  PAiA-Cliff [ Fri Mar 12, 2010 12:44 am ]
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The Oz is a fun one, I've spent hours at the PAiA offices playing the one we have and have used it quite a bit during design and testing of the new 9700 stuff. It's simple and has a lot of "flaws" but that IMO is what makes it so special, plus the keyboard itself feels great. Like Brad said, we would have a problem trying to recreate that device nowadays but I think a next generation Oz is not out of the question. A microprocessor could easily handle the octave dividing and we could add a knob that changes the device from rock stable (no drift) to old school drifty as hell like older analog synths were (and should be!). I'd imagine it having a full ADSR, VCF and VCA as well, sort of like a Fatman with a built in keyboard or an inexpensive Minimoog type device.

Author:  Psyingo [ Fri Mar 12, 2010 3:50 am ]
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or maybe Proteus II?
hehe

Author:  toneman [ Tue Mar 16, 2010 8:57 am ]
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Hi oddjo,

Do U have the datasheets on К1012ГП1, К1012ГП2, К1012ГП3 ??

If these can be purchased cheaply enough,
a "limited edition" of the "OZ II" with a touch keyboard could be a possiblilty.

I've designed a small touch keyboard pcb based on the touchswitch article
that John S. wrote for the Programmable Drum Set.

http://www.paia.com/ProdArticles/touchsw.html

Many of the older, USA, Top Octave Generators (TOG) used for electronic organs, can be purchased here:

http://www.organservice.com/crm/topdividers.htm

A little pricy, but, If U gotta have one........ :shock:

KeepThatPAiAPhlying (KTPP)
8-)
tone

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