Now seeking to hire a part time assistant tech!

After almost exactly two years in business Bell Tone Synth Works has reached the point where we must scale up or fail. The demand for our work far exceeds what the two of us can do, and our waiting list grows longer every day. So I have made the decision to seek to hire a part time assistant tech.

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What happened to the blog?

damnit

I’ve been surprised by how many people have seemed to enjoy reading the Bell Tone Synth Works blog and now feel bad that it has been neglected so much in recent months. So what happened to the blog? Basically, the blog is a victim of its own success. I started the blog when I started the business and didn’t have many clients, to sort of get our name out there, make our site more findable on Google and prove to prospective clients that I knew what I was doing, aware that as a somewhat young woman working in a field undeniably dominated by middle-aged and older men, my knowledge and skills might be met with skepticism, conscious or subconscious. I also wanted to store my notes on my repairs somewhere so that I could refer to them later, and figured I might as well put them where other people could find them too.

Memory Moog restored at Bell Tone Synth Works
MemoryMoog restored at Bell Tone Synth Works

Now, partly thanks to the blog and our YouTube channel but also to a great extent due to word of mouth and our growing reputation for doing good work (which is great), we have so much demand for our work that I often feel like I can’t spare the time it takes to write here.

many Juno 106
my personal Juno record: I repaired six Juno 106’es (and three 60s) in a week and a half… they never stop coming!

We have been fixing more cool synths and other stuff than ever though! Here are some photos of a few of the things we’ve worked on lately:  Continue reading “What happened to the blog?”