DinSync.info was set up by Paul Barker while working as a synth repair technician at Analog Sweden, originally as a blog relating to vintage analog Roland “x0x” musical instruments with a primary focus on the SH-101, MC-202, TB-303, TR-606, TR-808 and TR-909.
When Paul left Analog Sweden he was already bitten by the modular bug and soon moved into manufacturing eurorack modules full time. Rather than using a new name, he decided to release them under the blog title.
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