MATRIXSYNTH: Build an analog POLYPHONIC SYNTHESIZER From Scratch with Polykit-6

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Build an analog POLYPHONIC SYNTHESIZER From Scratch with Polykit-6

video upload by Polykit

"In this video I talk about the technical details of my DIY digitally controlled analog polyphonic synthesizer. All schematics and PCBs can be found on my GitHub site.

Polykit-6 Demonstration: [posted here]

Specs are:
- 6 voices polyphonic analog DCO based on Roland Juno 106
- Sawtooth and square signal
- PWM control (manual, LFO)
- Voice stacking and de-tuning
- MIDI input
- MIDI pitch bend
- CEM3350/AS3350 state variable filter
- Lowpass and bandpass output
- Frequency cutoff/center control (manual, ADSR, LFO)
- Resonance control (manual, LFO)
- 2x ADSR based on CEM3310/AS3310 (SVF, VCA)
- Roland Juno 60 chorus clone"

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