Showing posts with label m655321. Show all posts
Showing posts with label m655321. Show all posts

Friday, April 08, 2022

DIY Modular Synth With Korg Volca Beats After Adding A Spring Reverb

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"Expanding to an another rack. The reverb tank is now mounted on top of the rack."

Friday, January 28, 2022

DIY Modular Synth, Spring Reverb 9EB3C1B and 8 Bit Delay

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"I ordered a 9EB3C1B spring reverb from eBay, built a drive circuit and integrated the 8 bit delay that I made a few weeks ago."

Sunday, September 19, 2021

More Work on the Home Made Synthesizer, Added a 16 Step Sequencer

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"More Work on the Home Grown Synthesizer, Added a 16 Step Sequencer. Other than the Korg Volca Beats, very thing is home made."

Sunday, August 08, 2021

Hand Built Synth Project, New LFO

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"Added a much needed LFO to the homemade rack synthesizer. One issue with making it yourself is it is hard to keep the modules small."

Saturday, August 07, 2021

Noise, Breadboard Noise Generator

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"Working on a noise generator for the DIY synth project"

Saturday, July 17, 2021

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"This is a voltage controlled oscillator with 11 harmonic outputs. The output waveform is the sum of the harmonics."

Saturday, March 27, 2021

DIY Modular Synthesizer, Synthpatch, Experimental Music

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"Experimental music with my DIY modular synthesizer and Korg Volca Beats drum machine. Also testing my voltage controlled filter."

DIY Modular Synth Adding a Speak and Spell, Noise
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"Continuing the DIY Modular Synth build, adding a Speak & Spell. It still isn't doing everything that I want it to do, but this patch was kind of interesting."

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