Thursday, 27 October 2016

ready for a gig

This is my larger eurorack modular, there is another 9U as well, but getting ready for the Mandurah Noize Maschin:


all NLC modules:

top row L-R: DP filter, Multiband Distortion, Doof, Numberwang, Wangernumb, CEM3340 VCO

2nd row - Timbre!, Delay no More, dual LFO, Segue, Chopper, 2x Sloth, 4Seq, CEM3340 VCO, mixer

3rd row - serious VCF, 4Seq, LPG, Brain Custard, Neuron, LPG, bong-0, bong-0, badum Tisss, BOOLs

4th row - Cluster matrix mixer, Giant B0n0, Doof, 32:1, mixer

5th row - Squid Axon, Triad, Triad (triple EG), 1050 mix/sequencer, 8bit Cipher, FK1T VCF, FK1T VCF, Brain Custard, Sloth

6th row - Cellf Voice panel: VCO, dual LFO, VCO, Sauce of Unce, LPG, Difference rectifier, EG, LPG, VCA, EG, Chaos, dual VCA, VC reverb


Feague

with just a hint of ginger


Monday, 17 October 2016

Wangernumb

Wangernumb is 3 modules in one...or 4. If you use the Track input, the phase lock loop acts as a frequency tracker. The VCO Range Cv input and filter pot will determine how well, or more accurately, how poorly it will track. You also get 12 divisions of the tracking signal, right down to divide by 4096. If you use the Roulette input, it will generate semi-random selections of outputs when the input signal is high....or it is a burst generator and you can control the frequency of the bursts with the VCO CV input. If you use the Divide input, you have a 12 stage clock divider, down to 1/4096. In this case you can use the PLL tracker section as a separate and independent module and just get it to generate squelchy, burpy noises.
PCB - US$20
panel - US$25
assembled - US$180 












ROUTER


PCB - US$18
Panel - US$20
assembled US$160



The Router was developed to use in the cellF neural synthesizer at MoNA’s Mofo exhibition in Jan 2017. As cellF would be left running for 6-8 hours per day, we wanted a module to periodically switch around the CV signals to create new patches.
The Router pots can be used as switches, 0 is off and 10 is on. At these settings the switches will ignore incoming CV or gate signals. For the switching to be controlled by CV or gates, set the pots to an appropriate turn-on point.
Some notes:
Input 1 is internally connected to the switches on jacks 2, 3 & 4.
CV 1&2 is internally connected to the switch on the CV 3&4 jack.
The signals to the OUT ALL jack are summed together, as more than one signal can be on at a time; this is the safest way to merge them.
The Router can deliver 1 into 4, 4 into 4 and 4 into 1 at the same time, 2x 2 into 2 and, with a simple mod the PCB, 2x 1 into 2 




Monday, 10 October 2016

CEM3340 VCO

PCB - USD25
18HP PANEL - USD35
ASSEMBLED - USD280
Has phase modulated sync & pan-pulse output based on the Aries PMS-338 VCO