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Showing posts with label e-licktronic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label e-licktronic. Show all posts

Thursday, February 08, 2024

E-Licktronic Nava 909 Drum Machine

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You can find demos in previous posts here.

Saturday, December 02, 2023

12/1/23 Roland (& RYK & E-licktronic) System 100m + Tapco 4400 + CXM 1978

video upload by Cfpp0

"The sequence and drum pattern are lined up differently in this take, with more emphasis on the upbeat. The E-licktronic 118a snare goes to the Roland 150 and gets a ring mod with one of the 112 oscillator outs, then that snare joins the kick in the 121 filter. The 112 oscillators are going to the other half of the 121, to the 172 phase shifter, to the 130 vca, enveloped by the 140. But the 112 oscillators also go to the 172 gate delay (thanks Alex Ball for the tip) for an extra sub oscillator layer, which goes back to the 112, but it’s not much of a feedback loop. CV from the RYK 185 and several LFOs modulate."

Friday, November 10, 2023

E-licktronic Modular System 100m M-118A

building process video upload by e-licktronic

"Here is a short video that show you the assembly process of the M-118a, first drum module of the system 100M serie. -All informations about the M-118a:

"M-118a is a part of our M-100 Series modules fully compatible with the Roland System 100M series rack. M-118a is a full analog drums modules combined with a dedicated sequencer. Drums are analog bassdrum and analog snaredrum inspired by the famous Roland TR-808 Drum computer combined with a two tracks trig sequencer inspired by the unique Mutable instrument GRIDS sequencer. Many thanks to Emilie GILLET, creator of Mutable instruments, to let me use and customize his sequencer.

M-118a is sold as a partial kit or preassembled kit"

Friday, April 02, 2021

ASTROGENIC HALLUCINAUTING - late night noiz for late night fiends

video by thenoiztemple

"ASTROGENIC HALLUCINAUTING - late night noiz for late night fiends - for more noiz:​ website:​ This is a series of live noiz and video noiz performances created during The Plague. #covid19​ #coronavirus​ #isolation​ #quarantine​ #spike​"

"Noiz generators consist of: 3 norns, NAVA Extra 9, Deluge, Buchla Command Module 208c, Zorx Ribbon, MBase11, Little Deformer 3."

Monday, March 15, 2021

Prototype Jam! TINRS Fenix IV, mmalex Plinky and Faust on Teensy 4.0

video by Making Sound Machines

"Here's a little prototype jam, using all the lovely modular gear and hardware we've been testing these last weeks! The granular glockenspiel is made with This is Not Rocket Science's Fenix IV Eurorack compatible system-in-a-box - this is a beta machine but production hardware is actually done! TiNRS’ Stijn and Lauri built in an awesome way to load sample banks into the digital oscillator in wavetable mode, so we were able to use a recording of my childhood glockenspiel as grains in this synth sequence, with beautiful warbles from the onboard delay! TiNRS Fenix' sequencer allows for each of its four channels to have its own rhythm subdivisions and to be transposed via MIDI - this is exactly what's happening here using the Arturia keystep pro. Fenix' extra seq channels are triggering a kick from GHzTomash Callisto teensy arduino DIY drum module, and gating some noise percussion using the Fenix' VCA. The lush swell of reverb at the end is coming from a combination of Fenix built-in verb and using our beta unit mmalex Plinky as an FX processor - DIY kits and the expander will soon be available again from Thonk.

The stereo organ pad is made on a Teensy 4.0 arduino, running an additive synth patch made with Faust DSP and the teensy audio library, controlled via MIDI with the Arturia Keystep Pro and patched into the Eurorack with our own Multiplikand module. It's rhythmically chopped using This is Not Rocket Science's Wobbler complex LFO into Mutable Instruments Streams dual dynamics gate, using the TiNRS Fenix' sequencer to reset the LFO in time with the sequence. The bass is Moogs DIY voice Werkstatt 01, a CV-controlled voice with a ladder filter and that lovely Moog sub.

The beats in the ending come from our circuit bent e-licktronic NAVA TR909 clone, sequenced using the Roland Aria TR-8 drum machine. While the NAVA is an exact copy of the famous TR909 circuits, hacked by us with 34 mods to vastly expand the sonic palette of the instrument, the TR-8 is a digital emulation of the same synth and somewhat shunned for its color scheme. If you look beyond that, it's a very practical and lovely machine.

❤️ Huge thank you to everyone sending us stuff to test and build! This is extremely fun!"

Friday, April 24, 2020

E-licktronic Yocto analog drum machine

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"Best clone of the Roland Tr-808 out there. V1 with a long decay kick mod on the bass drum, built by a pro builder I’m told, in excellent condition as I received it a mere 2 months ago. Comes with N American power supply. I believe it’s the latest firmware, no problems syncing with MIDI, Dyn Sync, cv, etc!"

Monday, November 04, 2019

e-licktronic Yocto 808 V1 w/ Custom Stand

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"This is a hand-built Yocto 808 kit with the decay function. It is a version 1 and sounds great. Pretty much a 1-1 clone of the original 808 but with MIDI and decay modifications. I can also include a hand built stand that angles the Yocto 808 for easier use."

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Erica Synths e-licktronic NAVA Extra9 Case

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"Limited run of e-licktronic NAVA Extra9 full aluminum cases from Erica Synths!
Cases come with pe-installed spacers, so the front the panel is free from screws, LCD filter and you do not need any additional hardware to mount a PCB inside the case. Special bonus from us – ON/OFF switch included!

More information on the NAVA project here."

Monday, September 16, 2019

Nava Rhythm Composer V1.01 Kit

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"Nava Rhythm Composer V1.01 kit including all silicon and hard to find parts. The only parts that require sourcing are the passives (resistors and capacitors) which can be found at any big-box site (Digi-Key or Mouser). This kit is used to build a near exact clone of the classic Roland TR-909.

More information, build guidance, and complete passive BOMs for this exact kit can be found on the manufacturer website here"

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Erica Synths Cowbell

Published on Jul 30, 2019 Erica Synths

"Erica Synths Cowbell module is an extended, modular version of Yocto (808) cowbell. For more sonic versatility we have added Tune and Decay controls, as well as Tune CV with an attenuator for nice vibratos. The module is developed in collaboration with the French company e-licktronic.

Manually and CV controlled tune
Decay control
Manual trigger
Accent input
Module width - 6HP
Module depth – 35mm"

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

WMD Geiger Counter PRO vs E-Licktronic. NAVA Rhythm Composer (Roland TR-909 Clone)

Published on Jun 25, 2019 WMDevices

"The WMD Geiger Counter is a Guitar Pedal suited for the desktop.

In this video, we're using the Gegier Pro to Process a mono signal from the NAVA TR-909 Clone drum machine.

From outrageous to subtle, harsh to saturation, the Geiger Counter Pro distortion pedal brings the original guitar pedal into the future with MIDI control, CV, presets, and a ton of new exciting features.

As a desktop effects unit, the Geiger Counter Pro delivers tons of options with a fun to wiggle, knob-per-function interface.

The Dry/wet mix and low pass filter give it another universe full of tones that can be pushed up front or hidden behind the original signal, just for a bit of chaotic shimmer back there."

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Basic House Music

Published on May 28, 2019 KlangGenerator

"nothing special, just a basic tuesday afternoon house session... ;)"

Featuring the E-licktronic Nava TR-909 clone on drums, Waldorf Microwave, Syncussion SY-1, Elektron Analog Four, and Roland Juno-106 w/ KiwiTechnics upgrade.

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Nava TR-909 Analog Drum Machine Clone

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See the e-licktronic label for more.

Thursday, January 03, 2019

E-licktronic Yocto V1 (TR808 clone) 2018

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Wednesday, December 05, 2018

Erica Synths Hi-Hats A demo

Published on Dec 5, 2018 Erica Synths

"Hi-Hats A is classic analogue hi-hat module. "

"Erica Synths full analogue hi-hats module with accent and manual and CV control over Tone and Decay (individual for each hi-hat) allows you to create lot of variations in hi-hats track. Closed hat and Open hat can be played independently or exclusively (Open hat will not trigger, if Closed hat is triggered). The module is developed in collaboration with French company e-licktronic.

Tone and Decay controls
CV control with an attenuator over Tone and Decay
Independent/Exclusive switch
Manual trigger
Accent for better expression"

Also see Erica Synths HI HATS D Eurorack Module

Sunday, September 09, 2018

E-licktronick NAVA (ROLAND TR909 clone)

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"E-licktronic Nava, Roland TR909 clone. Just completed, working perfectly. Assembled on 1.02 pcb, comes with Erika synth case and Chia Shin knobs (custom 909 style knobs). The circuit is 100% true to the original, uses the same schematic and the original NOS components. This is as close as you can get to a real 909 without spending that much. The only thing you'll need to buy to use it is a AC/AC 15v 1A PSU. Pay attention: AC/AC and NOT AC/DC. This is VERY IMPORTANT."

Thursday, June 14, 2018

NAVA / PEK / Avalon / Digitakt : "Splice" from TECHNO ALLIANCE vol.4

Published on Jun 14, 2018 Masaki Takada

"We distribute 'TECHNO ALLIANCE vol.4' compilation linked with techno event.

DL the ZIP file from the download button below,
Please enter the password described on the card distributed at each event and unzip it.

The track to be released is divided into 3 times and it will be released sequentially according to the holding of the sponsorship event. Don't miss it!

*This track will be released free of charge at my bandcamp on 9/1 after the event ends."

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Nava 909 Duett (Roland TR909 clone)

Published on Jan 4, 2017 KlangGenerator

The Nava 909 is by e-licktronic.

1. Nava 909 Duett (Roland TR909 clone)
I recently finished assembling two further Nava TR909 clones. Before letting one go I thought it might be fun chaining two units together... ;)
2. NAVA Drum Computer (Roland TR 909 Clone) and MFB Dominion 1
First test run, nothing special. Just a few patterns... Unfortunately changing patterns accurately isn't possible yet. They change immediately when the next pattern is selected. I am pretty sure this issue will be addressed with one of the coming software updates...
3. Nava (Roland TR 909 Clone) desoldering circuit board components
Today I got my new desoldering Station (ZD-915). There are a few defective components I need to replace. Regular desoldering with wire or pump can really be a pain in the ass, especially when the pads are so tiny and close together. After doing some research I found lot's of good comments on the ZD-915. Here you can see how well it's getting the job done...

Saturday, April 28, 2018

DSI prophet-6 / NAVA / Avalon Bassline / TIMELINE / SPACE : Detroit Techno

Published on Apr 28, 2018 Masaki Takada

assembled by Pharmasonic

Nava by e-licktronic.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Elektron Digitone / NAVA / Avalon Bassline : minimal techno 2

Published on Feb 21, 2018 Masaki Takada

Elektron Digitone : Strings, Bass
e-Licktronic NAVA : Drum
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