- RT @TheCarlOlson: Can you turn a passion into a viable business? Danjel van Tijn of @intellijel did. Find out how in GUP: http://t.co/BxJgj… 02:31:41 PM June 11, 2013
- nice system! RT @dudadius SOME of my @intellijel modules ;) makes for a handsome case. @enclave http://t.co/ttdkwYasZa 11:25:16 PM June 01, 2013
- SpiteZoo sent me this amazing track. Tons of cool edits and he says "it’s mainly Cyclebox (everything apart from... http://t.co/yOrcnJGjHn 02:25:19 PM May 23, 2013
- Big shipment of the following items on the way to SchneidersBeuro: Buff Mult, Dixie II, Mult , Quad Inverter,... http://t.co/61HCkH18ur 06:07:29 PM May 21, 2013
- Really cool demo that uses the Quadra as a simple sequencer. Just need a 4/4 kick and hihat to make some really... http://t.co/MnwPpqlNpP 06:56:45 PM May 16, 2013
- Fantastic bell sounds in this Rubicon demo: http://t.co/n3FcOwtWYj http://t.co/pTpqJIcKge 08:17:22 PM May 15, 2013
- RT @rheudabaga: @intellijel @modcan robot dance. #linix https://t.co/kYCHDyDxLg 07:58:37 PM May 11, 2013
Intellijel Linix module – IN STOCK and SHIPPING!April 1, 2013
Linix is the successor to the now discontinued HexVCA module. It comprises six high quality 2164 based linear VCA circuits with CV attenuation and BIAS control for each channel.
The first five channels normal to a summing amp that feeds the input of sixth channel. This allows you to have voltage control of the master sum.Patching into an individual output channel breaks that channel from the master sum. If the direct output is used for each channel then the sixth channel becomes an additional independent VCA as well (Hex VCA).
Each channel has an led to monitor CV activity.
The SUM output has an additional set of leds to monitor the bipolar state of the final sum and a clip led to monitor the absolute max signal level.
Available very soon!more...
Richard brings over 15 years of experience in the restoration of historic high-end studio electronic systems by Buchla, Moog, Arp, Roland, Korg and EMS. His clients include some of the most influential electronic artists of the last 50 years, musicians such as Mort Subotnick, Suzanne Ciani, Aphex Twin, The Chemical Brothers, as well as respected institutions such as Mills College, New York University, and the Library of Congress.
As an apprentice with Donald Buchla at Buchla & Associates (Berkeley, California), Rick immersed himself in the philosophy and history of instrument design, while also learning how to manufacture, and market the most sought-after electronic instruments in the world.
To further hone his diagnostic, repair, and restoration skills, Rick worked with John Leimseider at the National Music Center (formally Cantos Music Foundation) to maintain and preserve the Center’s impressive collection of rare electronic instruments, from the Novachord (an early tube-based synthesizer) to the sophisticated Waldorf Wave.
Over the last decade, Rick has amassed one of the most complete collections of Buchla electronics and documentation in the world. He is recognized as an authority on all things Buchla, and has contributed to Keyboard Magazine, Vintage Synth Explorer, the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, and has lectured on Buchla history and performance techniques at the University of Victoria.
When the calibrations are complete, you will find Rick casting dense drones, and sonic chatter in the band Von Bingen or performing live visuals as 480i.