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those look like my personal fav type of knobs... the ones synthesis technology use...

https://au.mouser.com/ProductDetail/...YWM2h8DyxCEQ==

thonk sell clones of these that are neeeearly as good as the real deal for a lot less cash. they dont have that satisfying heavy feel tho they are visually nearly the exact same

I put them allover my studio electronics stuff ...
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A-156V Quantizer Vintage Edition
I got rid of my A-156v, the quantizing wasn't really that great, mine kept shifting notes, i discovered it's DAC is 8-bit, with a error margin of 25% (39.06 millivolts), where as my newly acquired Disting Mk4 is 24-bit with a nearly zero margin of error (0.01 millivolts, less than a cent) using it's quantizer algo.

As for the Aion 984 i thought about buying one to put into my IIIP like-system, but it's not something that i really need or want. Maybe Behringer will make one! If my source was correct on Behringer doing some more moog type euro modules.
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Disting is the best Quantizer in many respects.

And four of them, at that, for about $TwoFiddy.

The OCP O&C kit from Thonk has built in Attenuators.
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I got rid of my A-156v, the quantizing wasn't really that great, mine kept shifting notes, i discovered it's DAC is 8-bit, with a error margin of 25% (39.06 millivolts), where as my newly acquired Disting Mk4 is 24-bit with a nearly zero margin of error (0.01 millivolts, less than a cent) using it's quantizer algo.

As for the Aion 984 i thought about buying one to put into my IIIP like-system, but it's not something that i really need or want. Maybe Behringer will make one! If my source was correct on Behringer doing some more moog type euro modules.
Good to know! It was an impulse buy. Hadn't much expectation other than filling a slot with something interesting I could modify. Once you get out of the archetype modules, they become more work in my head. I like it simple.

The AION is very nice.

Behringer could knock one off for about the price of the 914.

Of course, I would have to swap all the pots then.

The AION has much larger form factor pots. Sometimes it's worth the extra cost to get it now. and not to have to toss it right on the bench.

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Sometimes it's worth the extra cost to get it now. and not to have to toss it right on the bench.
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I got rid of my A-156v, the quantizing wasn't really that great, mine kept shifting notes, i discovered it's DAC is 8-bit, with a error margin of 25% (39.06 millivolts), where as my newly acquired Disting Mk4 is 24-bit with a nearly zero margin of error (0.01 millivolts, less than a cent) using it's quantizer algo.
Hmmm, wanted to get some time on it before following up. While my rig's least capability is it's ability to 'be in tune' - I have yet to comb through that part, although I'm cool with the way it is.

I don't notice any drift, or must inaccuracies as yet. I really like setting them (both) to minor + quint's. I really see the appeal of using them with 960's.

Fun to improvise over it.
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As for the Aion 984 i thought about buying one to put into my IIIP like-system, but it's not something that i really need or want. Maybe Behringer will make one! If my source was correct on Behringer doing some more moog type euro modules.
It's one of those things that can be a wildcard. It can replace a ton of stuff one-off attenuating and mixing stuff, or accommodate complex intermixing. You wouldn't miss it if you never had one, once you do though, you use it for everything.

I really get a kick out of the System 55 workflow*. I've got the equivalent of a Moog monster in terms of knobs, jacks, and equivalent functional blocks. But then, everyone does now! It's more fun than I thought it would be. I usually leave the Kronos off, unless I get a specific thing it does - like solo string multi-samples. But it allows me to do almost everything without running out of resources.

*-it's simple like the PAIA DIY I grew up with - my previous modular :0)
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