MATRIXSYNTH: [diy] Lil CMOS Toolbox - First quick drone synth patch

Saturday, July 13, 2019

[diy] Lil CMOS Toolbox - First quick drone synth patch


Published on Jul 13, 2019 planeteatrr

"This is one of the first tests of this neat little circuit, in combination with the Zoom MS70. CMOS ics are very handy, when it comes to expand the possibilities of a (semi-)modular synthesizer. The idea started as an expander for the Behringer Neutron. I always felt that the Neutron is lacking some kind of modulation for the oscillator section. So the Toolbox provides a ring-modulator (quite similar to the one in the Korg MS-20) and a sub-oscillator, to fulfill my needs.

Here is a list of the features:

- Ring-modulator
- Sub-oscillator (-1/-2 Octave)
- Clock divider
- 2 oscillators (square)
- Comparator
- Buffer"

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