Showing posts with label JH. Show all posts
Showing posts with label JH. Show all posts

Friday, July 28, 2017

Module of the Week - Son of Storm Tide Flanger

Published on Jul 28, 2017 Synthesizer Reviews

"Module of the Week - Son of Storm Tide Flanger

Circuit designed by Jurgen Haible, module designed and built by Freestate FX."

Friday, June 23, 2017

Jürgen Haible Dual WASP Filter (eurorack) by Random*Source

Published on Nov 20, 2016 Random*Source

"The Haible Dual WASP VCF for eurorack - prototype #2 - featuring a SYNC mode (cutoff and CV on the right side are linked to the left) and a MODE to blend between SERIAL and PARALLEL operation of both filters. Also, each filter can be blended between LP and HP or BP, Distortion can be configured as PRE or POST filter ..."

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Krautrock Phaser Demo w/ Moog Prodigy Based DIY Synth

Published on Mar 11, 2017 ktozjadlciastka

"This is a demo of my DIY Krautrock Phaser in ((( STEREO ))).
PCB and circuit designed by J. Haible. More info at

Used devices:
- Krautrock Phaser (white box with highway sign)
- Prodiż (my Moog Prodigy based synth -
- Monotron Delay (modded by me -

Sorry for my keyboard skills. And for my cat, he played with camera crane while I was recording."

The Prodiż was previously featured here.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Lassence JURGEN HAIBLE Interpolating Scanner

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via this auction

"Lassence Jurgen Haible Interpolating scanner, a GREAT module!!!
MOTM / Moog style custom panel, working voltages: +/- 15 volts"

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Dave Rossum Control Forge J Haible Tau Phaser

Published on Jan 17, 2017 Steve Brenner

"Rossum Control Forge Haible Tau Phaser System 1M"

Thursday, September 15, 2016

5U // Hugget - Haible - Stone // Dual CMOS Wasp Filter

Published on Sep 15, 2016 DiscoverNoise

"DiscoverNoise 058-
5U 014-

Demo of the Dual CMOS Wasp VCF designed by Hugget, Haible and Stone. I'm not quiet sure what the Spread CV should be doing or if it is doing it right in my build... But there is a lot of information about it on the internet.

Panel and PCB:


Monday, February 15, 2016

Lektroid's Triple Chorus demonstration

Published on Feb 15, 2016 LektroiD

"Triple Chorus demonstration. PCB design: Jürgen Haible. Added some Small Stone phaser effect for the classic Oxygene sound."

Friday, February 05, 2016

But Thats Not The Way It Happened

Published on Feb 5, 2016 adam armstrong
Re-Published on Feb 5, 2016 Laurentide SynthWorks

"song featuring the Random Source version of the Jergen Haible Living VCO, which is passed through a Grove Audio 904a Moog Ladder Filter Clone. Accompanied by a Concertmate MG-1"

Saturday, November 07, 2015

Krautrock Phase

Published on Nov 7, 2015 Vykaar Tones

"Live improvisation using my new Krautrock phaser [JH page] as a starting point. Instruments used are those seen in the video."

Monday, August 24, 2015

JH WASP filter clone module eurorack

Published on Aug 24, 2015 sergioavia

"JH WASP filter clone module eurorack demo
Дырочки забыл просверлить, э..."

Saturday, July 18, 2015

LektroiD Vocoder and Phaser

Published on Jul 18, 2015 LektroiD

"Quick demo of my latest builds..."

"The vocoder is a MFOS PCB. The phaser is the Jürgen Haible Krautrock Phaser, based on the Schulze Phasing A"

Friday, May 29, 2015

MAM RS3 Resonator Demo

Published on May 29, 2015 Roberto Raineri-Seith

"The RS3 is fed with a simple 5U modular sequence; various LFO rate and deph settings.
The MAM (Musik and More, Bavaria, Germany) RS3 Resonator is a clone of the resonator section of the Korg PS 3100 and PS 3300 synthesizers, originally redesigned in the 1990s by Jürgen Haible. An absolutely must have for those lush old-school electronica effects..."

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Introducing the Nodular Desktop Synthesizer - Two Sided Analog Monophonic Semi-Modular Synthesizer

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via this auction

Update: the maker/brand name for this synth is ndlr.synths. I created a new channel label for them. We have a new synthesizer manufacturer in town.  See second "Update" at the bottom of this post for additional notes on the design.

via the auction:
"Up for sale: one monophonic analog synthesizer. I've been making analog synthesizers for about 15 years now, but this is the first I am offering up for sale to the 'general public'. I am hoping to make a business out of selling this particular model, and you could be my very first customer.

The pictures show the same unit that is up for sale. The cabinet is made from 3/4" natural cherry boards, except for the base, which is made of 3/4" MDF. Both instrument panels are made of 1/8" thick anodized aluminum. The panels have been mechanically engraved and the engravings filled with chemically hardened black enamel paint. The whole unit measures about 18" wide by 18" deep by 12" tall. It weighs about 40 pounds. This is a very well made unit, with sturdy instrument panels that'll last a lifetime.

This synthesizer has its own +15/+10/GND/-10/-15 volt power supply and will only run on 120VAC 60Hz. It consumes about 45 watts of power at full bore.

All the modules in this synthesizer have been designed to work together seamlessly, and all use the same standards: 1 volt per octave, 10 volt peak-to-peak signal voltages, and 5 volt peak-to-peak gate, trigger, and control voltages. All patches are made among the modules via banana jacks. And a few different ways of interfacing to external modules or instruments are offered via 1/4" phone jacks.

A description of the different modules follows:

(1) ring modulator

(1) white and pink noise and random voltage source

(1) sample/track & hold

(1) voltage comparator

(2) low frequency oscillators (LFOs):

(1) headphone amplifier

Both offer voltage controlled frequency, variable offset and symmetry, and sinusoidal, triangular, and pulse wave outputs. By adjusting the speed knob, the frequency can be changed from about 20Hz down to really, really, slow. This range can be extended through voltage control.

(3) voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs):

All three offer 1 volt per octave frequency control, voltage controlled pulse width modulation, ac-coupled linear frequency control, hard sync, and sine, triangle, sawtooth, and pulse wave outputs. They'll track to within .2% over at least 8 octaves with basically negligible temperature drift once the enclosure is warmed up. And they'll operate from below audio to above audio frequencies.

In addition, the first VCO offers a frequency range switch and fine tuning.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Massive Aphex Twin Interview Part Two on noyzelab & 21 Free Modular Tracks

Follow-up to this post. The second part of the massive interview with Aphex Twin is up on noyzelab here. Tons of gear talk, pics and demos, and MATRIXSYNTH gets a mention! :)

On a related note, Aphex Twin just released 21 modular tracks on SouncCloud (embed below). Buchla & the ARP 2500 are featured.

Pictured: The JH Matrix FX, from the late Jürgen Haible.

From the interview: "he died the day he posted it to me which was very sad, a huge loss to the community ,he was the analogue fx don of dons, a genius."

Begins with a bit of Buchla. Track 21 features the ARP 2500.

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Living VCO Demo - Eurorack Version

Published on Jul 2, 2014 mattwidhalm·14 videos

"Here's a demo of the J.Haible Living VCO. This is also dubbed as the Living Memory VCO aka Barcode Edition."

Monday, June 09, 2014

Jurgen Haible Frequency Shifter FS-1A

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via this auction

"urgen Haible Frequency Shifter FS-1A.
The unit was built with the original boards.

Extrenal CV inputs : EXP modulation, 1/V oct for RANGE
LIN modulation for Frequency"

Jurgen Haible 20-pole Phaser

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via this auction

"Jurgen Haible 20-pole Phaser.
The unit was built with the original boards.
Uses 20 all pass filter stages.

Extrenal CV inputs for Sweep Rate and Pitch."

Jurgen Haible Krautrock Phaser

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via this auction

"Jurgen Haible Krautrock Phaser. (aka Compact Clone)
The unit was built with the original boards and use light bulbs with ldrs for phasing.

Extrenal CV inputs : Rate and Amount"

Friday, February 21, 2014

strat-1 JH EDP WASP Filter VCF Clone

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"The filter is made from JH Wasp Filter clone schematics."

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Doepfer A144 Morph Controller Audio Demo Part Two-Basic Waveshaping Continued

Published on Dec 26, 2013 Raul's World of Synths·245 videos

"The Next section of the Doepfer A144 Morph controller Series. We review the 'wave shaping' using the A144. Review discussion from last time, includes Audio demonstrations.Sounda and Video by Raul Pena.
For Article on Interpolating Scanner
by Juergen Haible"

All parts here.

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