MATRIXSYNTH: Roland System-100 Moogerfooger

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Roland System-100 Moogerfooger

Published on May 13, 2017 djthomaswhite

"DIY Roland System-100 filter (Curetronic pcb) version of a Moogerfooger with Oakley Sound LFO (shapeable Triangle and Pulse), relay bypass and plenty of ins and outs. This resonant filter is total vanilla tone compared to the Moog ladder design, but sometimes you just want that smoothness. It has a switchable high pass filter with 4 settings. The LFO can be switched out and replaced with an external signal. The LFO out can be routed to other Foogers or modular gear. There is a Low-High switch controlling rate on the LFO and you can change the shape of the LFO (ramp to trip to saw) or the width of the pulse by turning a knob. LFO waveshape is controlled by a switch. This was a fun one to build and took some time to get right. On to a better video and custom panel legending design."

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