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Sunday, July 07, 2024

Ground Grown Circuits Angelo Dual VCF

Saw Wave Demo video upload by Ground Grown Circuits

"Short demo of a digital Saw waveform through my Angelo Dual VCF design.
Shows first what a single filter sounds like, then the Mix output, then the B-A output, then both A and B outputs panned hard left and right respectively."

Thursday, June 27, 2024

First sounds from WS-2X

video upload by Ground Grown Circuits

"WS-2X Professional Werkstattion
Built from 2 Moog Werkstatts
Sound direct from headphones port, no external effects"

Thursday, February 29, 2024

Ground Grown Circuits Moog Minifooger MF Chorus Super Mod

video upload by Ground Grown Circuits

via this auction

"This is a Moog MF Chorus modded and rehoused in light blue hammond enclosure.

Description of mods:

Top left is the Stereo/Mono output switch.

Mix switch replaced with knob to allow finer control of mix settings.

Feedback expanded to allow self oscillation.

Three lower switches, top to bottom: LFO rate switch, LFO shape switch with center off position, and Time range switch to allow for more Flange like sounds.

Required tip negative 9V power supply, not included."

Ground Grown Circuits Custom Korg Poly-800 Filter and Chorus Mods Demo

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video upload by Ground Grown Circuits

via this auction

"This thing is great for dreamy evolving pads, drunk sounding horns, lofi surfing, and 80’s car chases.

The filter is modded to allow free playable control over cutoff and resonance, with a 2 pole/ 4 pole switch installed for more variety.
The chorus has been modded to allow adjustment of the rate, going into audio range for ringmod-like effects, adjustment of depth, and a true mix knob allowing for control between fully dry and fully wet.

There’s an external input, so you can run some audio signals in and override the noise (ext input level follows noise/filter envelope).

The internal battery has been replaced with a battery clip for no-solder battery swaps and a brand new battery has been installed.

All the tact switches have been replaced, so no annoying switch bounces while trying to program a sound.

The instrument is painted to match the green lettering in the programmer menu."


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