The system is dual brand, consisting of 2 rows of 12MU each of Mos-Lab modules (faithful reproductions of the original Moog modules) :
2x CP-10 mixer
1x 992 controls to oscillator
1x 921-A oscillator driver
3x 921-B oscillator
2x 995 attenuators
1x 911 envelope generator
2x 902 voltage controlled amplifier
1x 904-A voltage controlled low pass filter
1x 904-B voltage controlled high pass filter
1x 904-C filter coupler
2x 905 reverberation unit
The bottom two rows are occupied by Original Rob Hordijk Design modules :
3x VCO HRM
1x Dual phaser
1x Triple Input Filter
1x Dual Fader
1x Triple LF-VCO
2x Dual Env
1x Mini Matrix / Node Processor combo
Last weekend I had Rob Hordijk coming over to my place to deliver the latest additions to the system, the two Dual Env, the third VCO HRM and the Dual Phaser :
The Dual Env, as it's name suggests, consits of two voltage controlable envelope generators.
Both share the same Gate input.
The first one is of the ADBDR type (Attack, Decay I, Break, Decay II, Release).
Each stage has its own control voltage input (unattenuated), except for the Break parameter.
The second envelope is a simple voltage controlled Decay with direct output and polarized output.
In addition, there is a S&H circuit that can be used indepently .
When self-patched or cross-patched with a Triple LF-VCO, the Dual Env proves to be very effective at creating complex, polyrhythmic modulations.
Here's the block diagram and panel layout of the Dual Env: