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Gnome

Portable Synthesizer

Courtesy/Thanks to: Paia

Description: The Gnome Synthesizer was originally made to imitate the sound of the wind, but it was possible to make other sounds as well. It has a small vinyl controller strip originally used to control the "strength" of the wind.
Because of its small size and battery power, this small synth has become something of a classic, and one of the old Paia instruments that is still wellsought for today.

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Files
paignome01.jpg
   Picture of the Paia Gnome
paignome01.jpg
   Picture of the Paia Gnome
gnome_ptch.zip
   A zip file with jpg images of patches for the Paia Gnome
Gnome Micro Synthesizer Manual.pdf
   Gnome Manual
gnome-howto-article.pdf
   Radio Electronics magazine article on how to build the GNOME from 1975. By John Simonton
Manufacturers
Paia
   DIY Kit manufacturer since 1967
Parts used
10R
   Resistor 10RΩ
100R
   Resistor 100RΩ
470R
   Resistor 470RΩ
1K0
   Resistor 1K0Ω
1K8
   Resistor 1K8Ω
2K2
   Resistor 2K2Ω
2K7
   Resistor 2K7Ω
4K7
   Resistor 4K7Ω
5K1
   Resistor 5K1Ω
6K8
   Resistor 6K8Ω
10K
   Resistor 10KΩ
15K
   Resistor 15KΩ
22K
   Resistor 22KΩ
27K
   Resistor 27KΩ
33K
   Resistor 33KΩ
47K
   Resistor 47KΩ
68K
   Resistor 68KΩ
100K
   Resistor 100KΩ
150K
   Resistor 150KΩ
330K
   Resistor 330KΩ
470K
   Resistor 470KΩ
680K
   Resistor 680KΩ
1M0
   Resistor 1M0Ω
2M2
   Resistor 2M2Ω