The Two Thousand Six Hundred, or TTSH for short, is a new DIY synth project, inspired by the classic ARP 2600 semi-modular analog synthesizer.
The TTSH is now available as a kit for 4000 SEK (about US $600), containing PCBs and the powder-coated and screen-printed front panel. This is an advanced DIY project – nothing is pre-built and no electronic components are included. Builders will have to source their own parts, which is detailed at the project site. A case is also available.
Low-Gain Electronics has announced that it is offering a ‘build commission service’ for the Two Thousand Six Hundred (ARP 2600 clone) project. Continue reading
This video captures a demo of an early ‘beta build’ of the TTSH DIY clone of the ARP 2600 – the Two Thousand Six Hundred project. Continue reading
Here’s a video demo of the second prototype of the Two Thousand Six Hundred, a new DIY ARP 2600 clone.
The Two Thousand Six Hundred (TTSH) is expected to be released in September as a DIY kit. It will be available as a kit containing PCBs and front panel (Nothing is pre-built).
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In this video, Kip Kubin demonstrates patching his ARP 2600 synthesizer.
Saturday Synth Porn: Here’s a loving look at the ARP 2600 synthesizer and a quick demo of creating a new patch, via Kip Kubin.
Here’s what he has to say about the video:
I wanted to make a “thank you” patch for the creators of the ARP2600 Alan Pearlman and Dennis Colin . The idea was simple, just use the ARP and try to create a new tone and Rhythm not typical of a standard sequence from the clocked output of the S/H generator.
I did cheat and use TipTop Audio stackable patch cables.
I hope they like the patch.