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Seek Octet Circuit Board for Perforator
By Matthew Caulfield

Does anyone have an Octet UM-0 or UM-1 Universal MIDI Interface circuit
board that he is willing to sell?  The Octet boards were originally
designed by the late Laurent Coray, doing business as Octet Designs,
and are now being made and sold by Ron Perry's MIDIator Company.

The boards being sought are used to drive a music roll perforator from
a MIDI file.  We know a UM-0 will work, but are not sure about the UM-1.

We have not been able to reach Ron Perry and hear that he is hospitalized.
Can anyone confirm this?

Matthew Caulfield
Irondequoit, New York

 [ The history of the Octet circuit board products appears at
 [  -- Robbie

(Message sent Thu 13 Aug 2009, 22:35:17 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

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