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Is it the good place to post for Broken Jupiter?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Serge locat, Apr 23, 2002.

  1. Serge locat

    Serge locat Guest

  2. Nate Tschetter

    Nate Tschetter Active Member

    Feb 28, 2001
    Hi Serge

    It is, and I saw your post. Unfortunately, I don't know of a good repair place. Hopefully someone will 'cos I have a dead Matrix-1000 that I'd like to resurrect.

    I did have luck getting some stuff fixed a few years back at "Musictek" in North Hollywood (or somewhere around there). You might try some of the synth enthusiast usenet groups and see what they say.
  3. Serge locat

    Serge locat Guest

    I've seen maybe 6 or 7 years ago advertising in Electronic Musician a place somewhere in Texas where they could make great Midi Mod on minimoog and for JP-8 too.

    So maybe peoples in US should know more about it than I (in Québec) :p
  4. knightfly

    knightfly Active Member

    Jan 18, 2002
    If I were looking for leads to a repair facility, two of the first places I would call if I didn't already have the name of one (which, being a tech myself, I don't use them) would be Caruso music, at carusomusic.com, and Sweetwater sound, at sweetwater.com - Caruso deals in used equipment, and I'm thinking they probably get a fair amount of stuff on trade that needs repair. Sweetwater started as a recording studio, and most likely would know of some reputable repair facilities. I would go to their websites and follow links to contacts, also see if either place does repairs themselves. Beyond that, try Eddie Cilletti's site,


    Eddie has a lot of links on his site, and is a well-known tech on the east coast.

    Hope some of these ideas work for you... Steve
  5. Serge locat

    Serge locat Guest

    Thanks for the informaton, I'll post you a response from what I have fro information.
  6. Serge locat

    Serge locat Guest

    I've had a response from Sweetwater with Robert Dorion, a very kind guy. He phoned me! (a long distance from Calif. to Québec.)

    The place to repair if anybody needs it for old synths:

    Chris Cassidy
    Electronic Innovations Inc.
    21628 Van Dyke Ave
    Warren, MI 48089
    (810) 758 6157

    I'll phone him tomorrow. This guy is supposed to be "the guy"

    I'll keep you informed
  7. ChrisStuckey

    ChrisStuckey Guest

    Wes Taggart is said to be the best. His co. is analogics

    Analogics - Taking care of all your analog synth needs. Specializing in service and repairs. Analogics, 5261 E. Maple Rd., Geneva, OH 44041. E-mail at flattop@suite224.net


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