MATRIXSYNTH: Testing the SlingerLand Drum synth

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Testing the SlingerLand Drum synth


Published on Mar 21, 2017 Todd Murray

"This is basically a Roland TR-909 drum machining clone. If you want one, you can either buy a used one, or build one yourself. To build one, you need to obtain the printed circuit boards from Hexinverter.net, then source the components and then solder them in place. You may or may not have issues though. In my case, they high Tom is wonky due to the selection of capacitor types, and a potentiometer (the dial), which is causing feedback through the circuit. But for the most part, it sounds decent enough."

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