” This is for an Oakley SVF 5u module. This filter is based on the Oberheim’s amazing sound. Works perfect and is in perfect shape. Built by Krisp 1. Ships with a power cord.” Link
If you’re here, you probably know what this is – but it is one of Oakley’s more oddball based inventions. Very rare custom blue panel built by Krisp1.
Unfortunately cash takes the priority right now otherwise this wouldn’t be going anywhere!
Hardly used with minimal rack rash. Perfect working order.” Link
“This is an Oakley Oscillator in MOTM format. It is an issue four pcb built by Krisp1. Beautifully constructed and superb sounding!
It is about two years old. And is in perfect condition.
Works perfect!” Link
“Oakley Transistor Supperladder Filter 5U MOTM format Modular Synthesizer, 3U, issue 4 pcb, excellent working condition, selling as decided quite to focus on MU only, ” Link
“PICTURES HAVE BEEN TAKEN WITH AN IPHONE THEREFORE YOU CAN’T JUDGE THE QUALITY OF THE ITEMS
FROM THESE! I ASSURE YOU THAT MY ITEMS ARE ONE OF THE BEST AROUND TOADY- COSMETICALLY AND
FUNCTIONALLY!” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“This is a great 303 clone. It really uses the 303 as a starting point and expands to give a flexible characterful sound. Features including discrete divider and waveshaper allowing more musical sub basses according to the site. The overdrive circuitry allows level changes w/o affecting overall volume and the unit supports filter FM, a sub octave generator, VCA decay control, accented decay control, velocity CV and more…
This unit was built from a kit by me. I have a lot of experience building synthesisers and would rate the quality of the electrical build as excellent. The case is a high quality black 19″ rack mount enclosure. The front panel was made by me using transfer lettering and sealed with fixing spray rather than paying for a professional panel. It does look a little amateur as it was my first go at doing this difficult procedure. Also the fixing layer is starting to show its age and is peeling/corroding a bit.
Includes a MIDI to CV converter (which can be extracted and used elsewhere if you want). Does not include power supply (you will need a 12VAC wall transformer plug which are readily available, I could sell mine if necessary but the postage would probably make it better to buy from rapid or maplin or someone)” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
” Well damn. The tax man got me this year. I unfortunately have to let a few things go to pay up. So I’m selling a few of my recent purchases ( since they aren’t an essential part of my setup yet).
This auction is for an Oakley Wavefolder 2 MOTM format module. It is a fully featured wavefolder/ distortion module with three sections all controllable with cv inputs. It is the predecessor to the Oakley Discontinuity module. It is about ten years old but still works great. I bought it off of the original owner/ builder very recently. But it unfortunately must go. Oakley makes excellent modules and this one proves it. You can mangle audio or control voltages. I’m very bummed to get so little time with this one.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“Oakley Sound TB-303 Diode Ladder VCF is in perfect working condition and cosmetically is 10 out of 10. RARE” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“On offer is an Oakley RM-0414 Classic Ring Modulator in Euro/Doepfer modular format. The design is based on the ARP4014 ring modulator used on the ARP2500 and ARP2600. I’ve owned it for a only a few weeks but it’s had literally only minutes of use.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
” Up for auction is an MOTM format Oakley Discontinuity Module. It is a very complex module capable of wavewarping, waveshaping, ring modulation, clipping, and wave splicing. Look at the Oakley page for details and examples of the insane sounds you can get out of it. This one is practically new. Everything works and looks great. No issues at all.
It is awesome module. But I need the money..” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“Selling my Oakley Multiladder Filter,
this is one if the better sounding filters out there, designed by Tony Allgood of Oakley Sound. Based on the Moog Transistor Ladder filter.
this filter is no longer available and is somewhat sought after.
built by me, calibrated by Tony Allgoood, works great, sounds amazing!
This is a single module for a modular synth system, there is no power supply, ” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“Available for auction is one Oakley Modular Systems MidiDAC Midi/CV interface with Dotcom-style power connector. The panel is black and the same width as a Synthesizers.com double-wide panel. This module is not MOTM width. Excellent functional and cosmetic condition, with minor screw rash being the only imperfection. It is a magnificent module.” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“Up for your consideration is the long out of production and highly coveted Diode Ladder build of the Issue 3 Oakley Supperladder Filter, built on a MOTM format panel in a natural finish as an homage to the Roland TB-303. If the natural panel is a sticking point for you I believe that the bridechamber still has some MOTM black panels for the diode superladder in stock for around $20. The current Oakley Supperladder PCB can no longer be built out in the diode ladder configuration. Oakley’s Issue 3 Diode Superladder build really captures what makes the 303’s filter special. ” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“Oakley sound sample and hold / slew module. hardly used and one very tiny scratch” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.
“This is a rare chance to buy an assembled, fully working 5U format modular synth. The modules are built into a sloping ARP2600 style case with corner protection and carrying recess’ on each end. Power supply is mounted internally. There is an internal CV/Gate bus which allows some basic normalisation which makes patching easier. There are some high res pictures here:
The full module line up is:
Noise & Filter, Envelope follower deluxe (with lag processor), Voltage controlled phaser, 3 VCO’s, Moog ladder VCF, 3 VCA bank, Sample/slew, Lag Processor, PolyDAC (4 Channel MIDI to CV converter), State Variable VCF, 2 LFO’s, Basic EG (AD/AR), 2 ADSR with VCA’s, Jackfield, Multimix, Output Mixer (with VU meter).
Some of the modules are mounted onto large front panels eg, Moog VCF & VCA bank are on 1 panel, also LFOs, EG’s, Jackfield, multimix, output mixer are on 1 panel.
The unit is fully working and sounds great! Really beefy sounds with the endless possibilities of a true modular synth. Also in my view 5U format modulars have the visual wow factor over the eurorack type formats.
Mains lead and some patch cables are included.
I would prefer collection of the synth. It is very heavy so I don’t think sending via post is an option. Also packaging the synth to prevent any possible damage in transit would be a lengthly job which I don’t really want to do, also on collection the synth can be demonstrated and some of the features explained (normalisation/CV/gate bus etc). ” Auction ended. Click here to browse on eBay.