MATRIXSYNTH: SnapClap DIY handclap synthesizer demo

Sunday, April 10, 2016

SnapClap DIY handclap synthesizer demo

Published on Apr 10, 2016 ktozjadlciastka

"This is a final version of my SnapClap synthesizer designed only for handclap sounds. This one is build in eurorack format module, 12HP width. The sound is made from CLAP part (series of pulses) and NOISE part (decaying white noise).

- clap pitch (pot) - pitch of series of pulses,
- clap decay (pot) - density of pulses,
- clap variation (switch) - causes each pulse to have different lenght,
- noise pitch (pot) - cutoff frequency of BP filter, changes noise color,
- noise decay (pot) - noise envelope lenght,
- output level (pot),
- sensivity (pot) - of the sound triggering input,
- autotrigger speed (pot),
- autotrigger on/off (pot),
- humanizer on/off (switch).

Inputs / outputs:
- "synth" trigger input - for standars 10 ms pulse,
- "sound" trigger input - connected witch sensivity control, lets you trigger claps with any source,
- line output.

Power supply:
- max. 50 mA @ +12 V,
- max. 10 mA @ -12 V,
- works well with +/- 15 V.

- double sided,
- 100 x 80 mm,
- no very rare parts."

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