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Sunday, August 13, 2023

Some slow funk ! (always with the Bass Station 2) #synth #funk #music #bassstation2 #bass #bassline

video upload by Yon

"Some slow funk ! (always with the Bass Station 2) #synth #funk #music #bassstation2 #bass #bassline"

Thursday, September 01, 2016

Dirt Clocking the Piston Honda

Published on Aug 31, 2016 davidryl

"Not really 'clocking' but slowing down the output waveform frequency on The Harvestman Piston Honda Mk1 by using a -4 volt input from the Q123 Standards module to the center frequency.

Sending modulation into the Yon CV input from a Sputnik West Coast Random Source. Also a slow LFO from the Intellijel Quadra into the Hither CV.

The ROM selections were Hither = C and Yon = D of the B.Smith chip set.

Morph Discontinuity was fully smoothed and both Hither and Yon were interpolated waveforms.

Towards the end section I was manually morphing the waveform position to find nice little drone "nodes". What is normally a blistering high frequency turned into a smooth midrange tone. I love the Piston Honda!

Additional flange effect was the Synthetic Sound Labs 1210 Digital Delay with modulation from the WCRS.

Two Lexicon MX200's in reverb and reverse delay modes were the final effects.

Recorded in two passes to Cubase. Video edited in Final Cut Pro."

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Random Looping Sequencer W/ Pulses Expansion Module

Random Looping Sequencer W/ Pulses Expansion Module from VoltageCtrlR on Vimeo.

"RNDM VOLT GNR8R w/Pulses Expansion Module Sketch 001

Main Sequence

Master clock out to RVG Clock In
RVG Noise Out to VCA 1 IN.
Pulses Out 4 to Optomix Top Strike In
Pulses Out 7 to Optomix Bottom Control In
Pulses Out 1+2 to PTG A IN
Pulses Out 1+2 | 4+7 to PTG IN B

PTG Out A+ to ModDemix VCA 1 CV IN
PTG Out B+ to ModDemix VCA 2 CV IN
ModDemix SUM Out to main mix
Optomix Top Out to main mix
Optomix Bottom Out to main mix

Piston Honda out to Triple Wave folder IN 1A
Anti - OSC Tri Out to Triple Wave folder IN 2
TWF Out 1 to Optomix Top Signal In
TWF Out 2 to Optomix Bottom Signal In

Timbre Control:

Choices Joystick X Out to Piston Honda Yon In
Choices Joystick Y Out to Piston Honda Hither In

Note Sequence:
Master clock to Brains Clock IN
Pressure Points Tuned Voltage Out Z to uScale In
Pressure Points Tuned Voltage Out Y to uScale In"

Friday, February 22, 2013

ModularBattle by Tommaso Fiori with Piston Honda & Wogglebug

Published on Feb 22, 2013 Tommaso Fiori·5 videos

"DIY Wogglebug's step and woggle outputs modulating Piston Honda's Hither and Yon."

Sunday, April 08, 2012

Trogotronic Model 333 M Series Euro Module

YouTube Uploaded by trogotronic on Apr 7, 2012

"Informational video and brief demonstration of the Trogotronic 333M "Euro-format" Analog Module.
The 333 Converts audio signal to 3 Control Voltage channels:
1. A traditional Envelope Follower
2 & 3. Vie the Event Sequencer
See for more information."

This one in via (you'll catch their banner on the right).

via Trogotronic
"Within the myopic domain of patch-cord cowboys wiggling cheeks to the beat of blinkie lights, the outside world is escaped from… forgotten… even ignored. If it’s strumed it’s ho-hummed. Banged? Danged! Sung? Save your lungs!

The Triple-3 aims to shatter the safe confines of Urkle’s inner-sanctum. Trogotronic welcomes in the freaks who with to interact with yon knob collection in an entirely new fashion: The Model 333 M is a three channel audio-to-cv generator that reacts to audio input in a very useful way:

As a Traditional Envelope Follower
As a Nine Step Event Sequencer
“Ditto” in a third Discrete Channel

Mic your neighbors loud-assed hog & you have a two channel sequencer which is triggered in time to the odd, organic lope of her Milwaukee-made V-Twin; Mic Bonzo’s kick drum & your rig reacts to every extra drunken lazy foot kick; Patch it to Maso’s flying Altoids “shaker box” full of Japanese pennies & your modules are perfectly controlled by the supernatural Osaka master of the 55-second polyester display. 333 M Series even means yer barking dog is officially in your techno-band. Mazel tov fair Fido! 333 Features:

3 Channel Audio-to-CV Generator
1 Envelope Generator
2 Channel, 9 Step Event Sequencer
3 Discrete Decay Controls (1 for each channel)
Input Attack Control
Input Preamp Gain Control
Sequencer Range Control
Sequencer Mode Selector
12 Blinding Blue & Red lights
Compact @ Only 10hp
Sequence Breakout Bus foreshadows “more to come”

Gain Control allows the use of everything from the weak signal of a mic or guitar with no preamp to the “hot” signal output from another module without trouble. Range, Attack & Decay Controls allow a great number of adjustments to create odd/organic sequences as well as shaping the Envelope. Sequence Mode selects progressive or single step activation; Both modes have our unique Smooth-Transition Circuitry between steps. Two Sequencer Channel Decay Controls modify CV creating either hard staccato steps or slowly fading voltage glory. Model 333 M ships complete with Printed User Guide, Trogotronic Owner’s Card, 7″ Power Bus Ribbon Cable, Allen Head Fasteners + USA Made Installation Tool packaged in an almost handsome, earth-killing recyclable box. Trogotronic road-proven construction means ALL controls are fastened to the the control board with a nut not just soldered to the circuit board only to be throw-away after a few hard tours of duty. And, of course, ALL Trogotronic instruments are hand-made in the stinkin’ USA by subhumans rather than contracted out to the cheapest overseas bidder by the boardroom fascist overlords.


Depth 2″ (with power cable attached)
+12v rail peak current 120ma (Sequence switch @ “9”)
+12v rail average current 70ma
-12v rail peak current 5ma
CV output 0 to +10.5v "

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