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Missing A-100 Manuals

One of Doepfer's other great services is their Manuals Download Page.
It is a fine resource for all A-100 users because the manuals are full of patch-examples, interesting tips and insights.
So far i downloaded and printed all the manuals that are available.

The manuals of the modules that I own are kept in my selfmade binder,
I keep the others in a seperate binder, but always close to my setup...

What i would like to see is that Doepfer will continue publishing these manuals.
The manuals of their latest modules are sadly not yet available on their page. I do understand that it is quite a bit of work, and that manuals cannot always be released on exactly the same release-date as the module itself, but even some of the modules released in 2008 still don't have a manual :-(

I hope Doepfer just forgot about the manuals and that they are working on it. I also hope i'm not the only one missing them, even the manuals for the less complex modules can be very useful...

Click 'read more' for a list of missing A-100 manuals of released modules ( September 2011 )


A-106-5 SEM Filter
A-106-6 XP FilterA-132-3 Dual Linear / Exponential VCA
A-132-4 Quad Exponential VCA
A-134-2 Dual Voltage Controlled Crossfader
A-137-2 Voltage Controlled Wave Multiplier II
A-138d  Crossfader / Effect Insert Module
A-138e  Quad Threeway Crossfader / Mixer / Polarizer
A-138m 4 x 4 Matrix Mixer
A-142-4 Quad envelope generator
A-164    Manual Gate Module
A-174-2 Wheels Module
A-183-1 Dual Attenuator
A-183-2 Offset Generator/ Polarizer
A-183-3 Amplifier
A-186    Gate Trigger/Combiner
A-187-1 Voltage Contolled DSP Module
A-189-1 Voltage Controlled Bit Modifier / Bit Cruncher
A-190-3 USB/Midi-to-CV/Gate Interface

* Note: these are only modules that are already available
* Please let me know if the list is incomplete

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