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Old 09-30-2015, 09:58 PM
Richelieu Richelieu is offline
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Default UMR2 with Farfisa Syntorchestra and Korg lambda ?

Hi John and thanks for what you do for us !

I have two synths I would be so happy to retrofit if possible…
One is the Farfisa Syntorchestra and the other one a Korg Lambda.
Are they compatible with your UMR2 ?
Here are the schematic if you have a minute to have a look at them.
Thanks a lot !
Guillaume
http://7foisdanstabouche.free.fr/kor...ics-470240.pdf

http://7foisdanstabouche.free.fr/Far...Schematics.pdf
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Old 10-04-2015, 08:12 PM
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Hi John and thanks for what you do for us !

I have two synths I would be so happy to retrofit if possible…
One is the Farfisa Syntorchestra and the other one a Korg Lambda.
Are they compatible with your UMR2 ?
Here are the schematic if you have a minute to have a look at them.
Thanks a lot !
Guillaume
http://7foisdanstabouche.free.fr/kor...ics-470240.pdf

http://7foisdanstabouche.free.fr/Far...Schematics.pdf
At a glance, neither of these look like a good candidate for the UMR2 because it doesn't look like either is a matrixed keyboard.

If you haven't already, you can make your own opinion based on this article:

http://forum.highlyliquid.com/showthread.php?t=1133
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