Monday, August 17, 2009
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Here is my diy joystick module and it's best friend the Q125 Signal Processor.
The joystick is passive, wired like a attenuator.
With the Q125 module any audio and control signals can be amplified, attenuated,
offset, and inverted, then sent to the joystick module.
Without an input the Q125 the offset control can be used to generate
a voltage source of -5 volts to +5 volts.
Lfo -> Q125 -> joystick X -> pitch for vibrato
Q125 as a voltage source -> joystick Y -> filter frequency
Monday, August 10, 2009
I built a Buchla 292c resonant lopass gate pcb,
that I got from djthomaswhite on the electro-music.com forum.
I was so satisfied with the sound that I had to have the Buchla LPG
in my modcan modular.
Replaced the pcb on my Modcan ARP lowpassfilter module
with the LPG pcb, this module have a very similar io layout.
Nothing wrong with the Modcan ARP filter but the Buchla LPG sound
is more suited for the more percussive sound that I like.