Dutch Synths

Eurorack modular in 1980 by Synton

Synton 3000. This system is owned by Marc Paping. It can be used as a four-voice synth. 
It includes:
Eight 3021 VCO’s, four 3005 EG’s, four 3010 EG’s, four 3017 VCF’s, four 3224 Dual VCF’s, six 3209 dual VCA’s and a total of fourteen 3015 and 3016 mixer modules. There is also a variety of LFO’s, NRG’s, I/O amps, sample & holds and gate processors.Our experience with this system has helped us design the Fenix as a compact, flexible synth that has attenuators and mixers integrated into many of its modules. The Interface module contains a powersupply,  3 jack sockets  wich can be used for input and outputs and a keyboard interface.

Standard 3000 system in flite case  with keyboard  and a touchplate of Bob Moog.  
Synton was distributor of Bob Moog  products

System 3000 Manual
PCB Layout S3000

Midi interface added to the powersuppy. System belong to Daniel Freund.  Midi modification is done by Sebastian Niessen. (Info about this “advanced 4-channel Midi-interface” see http://www.s-n-d.com/specialse.html   http://www.s-n-d.com/

There were about 25 modules availlable. 
.Synton 3000 serie modules
The latest 5 modules ( not listed) like PPG  , 
DMX  eo are produced in small numbers

Bob Moog was the distributor in the USA for the Synton product
Below the demo unit of Bob

A pre release of the Synton 3000 under brand name SMS