MATRIXSYNTH: Reverselandfill Apple Tree Noise & Drone Synth

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Reverselandfill Apple Tree Noise & Drone Synth

via this auction

"This is a fully build handmade drone / noise synthesizer.

The case is made of a solid block mahogany hardwood. The case is hollowed out with a router tool to fit the electronics.
The "appletree" picture is laser-engraved.
The wood is finished with tung oil & clear laquer.
Potmeters are all 16mm Alpha's, knobs are red plastic.
On the back the case is closed off with a metal plate. It has rubber / soft feet.


Section 1: (Drone)
Dual triangle oscillators are hard-switched through an analog switch by a fast squarewave clock.
Then the signal goes into a lowpass filter.
Sounds vary from deep rumbling drones to phasing screaming lead sounds.

You have control over the two pitches of the main oscillators, the clock frequency and the filter cutoff.

Section 2: (Noise)
4 squarewave oscillators that modulate each others frequency,
go through a clock divider and are mixed together.

You have control over the four pitches of the oscillators.

Section 3: (patchbay)
There are 24 patchpoints.
9 of these are touch based (also patchable by 4mm banana jacks), the other 15 points are 2mm banana sockets.
Drone section patchpoints: OSC1, OSC2, Clock
Noise section patchpoints: 12 clockdivisions, noise1, noise2, mix1, mix2, mix3

2x 6.3mm jack output.

Power: 9v/12v bus for adapter (outer ring is GND, center pin is +V)
Note: Power Adapter not included.

24x19x6 cm"

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