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Muff's Modules & More

Muff's Modules & More

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Steiner VCF Diode VCF I had never seen the Steiner-Parker's Synthacon as real one. According to Synthmuseum.com, it is monophonic synth which has 3VCO as same as Mini Moog. Its panel structure is very different from Mini Moog. Radio Drum The Radio Drum is an analyzer of gestural data. It is a three- dimensional controller, a sort of computerized musical drum. Invented in the late 1980’s, the Radio Drum uses the “jeu de jacquet” or “Backgammon” form of capacitive sensing to interpret the gestures of a performer. The drumsticks or mallets transmit a radio frequency that is detected by the drum surface. Each drumstick operates at a different frequency. There are four analog signals for each of the drumsticks generated by antennas situated at the four corners of the drum.

The SOS Guide To Choosing A Modular Synth No longer the preserve of men in laboratories or capes, the modular synth business is thriving, and it’s now easier to go modular than ever before. Read on and we’ll show you how... Jyoti Mishra Modular synths, eh? The ASM-1 homepage Magnus / synths / friends /stopp by Gene Stopp and additional text by Magnus Danielson Prolog The ASM-1 synthesizer project was created by Gene Stopp < gene@ixiacom.com > and not by me Magnus Danielson < magnus@analogue.org >. Gene has been generous enougth to share his work in various ways and the sanctioning of this webpage is just one of those ways. Seb's Synth-DIY Pages - 4xD This is a brief guide to surface mount soldering by hand. It is intended to enable those without any surface mount soldering experience to be able to assemble a 4xD or Digi-Mod PCB. What you will need Construction order The 4xD and Digi-Mod circuit boards are quite densely packed so you definitely want to solder all the surface mount parts first otherwise the bigger thru-hole parts will get in the way.

Reaktor Tips: tutorial Back in the day when I was blogging at the now-defunct kore.noisepages.com, I did a series on the inner structure of a basic sequencer macro, one that could be easily adapted for many uses. Those posts have vanished into the bit-ether, so I'm rebooting the topic with a revised macro and an ensemble that shows how to use it. And here it is! download link All controls are tool tipped - there's sequence length and clock speed controls, an IC send menu and value range controls - see below for details.

Red_Square Tom Carpenter has offered some Red Square PCBs and panels for sale on his site. Here is a link to the Analogue Solutions page. You need to scroll down and select older entries then click on the Red Square PCB link. When you buy the PCBs, you get two large PCBs which are scored and can be split into 5 separate PCBs. I suggest making the scores deeper on both sides of the PCBs with a utility knife. Carefully break them apart. Seb's Synth-DIY Pages - Home Page These pages are my attempt to give something back to the synthesiser DIY community. The projects listed on these pages would not have been possible without the help of many knowledgable people who share their projects and expertise on their websites and on the synth-diy mailing list. So thank you all!

Synthesis Basics Table of Contents Introduction This article is a (relatively) brief introduction to the principles of music synthesis. Each of the basic components of synthesizers are explained, along with descriptions and examples of how these components are chained together to make interesting sounds. The principles discussed are not unique to any specific synthesis platform, but are applicable to music synthesis in general.

Byay! Glad you like the forum. They (Muff, my hunney and the rest of the core group) have been at it for years. by kathologist Apr 3

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