[sdiy] Some new Oakley Projects
neil.johnson71 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 30 12:52:52 CEST 2019
Oooh ... shiny things to show at the Cambridge weekend :)
On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 at 11:33, Oakley Sound via Synth-diy
<synth-diy at synth-diy.org> wrote:
> I've run out of room in my little music corner. So I've decided to make
> some Eurorack modules using mostly surface mount components. First up
> are a Sequencer, a Fixed Filter bank, and a useful mixer.
> The 50HP wide sequencer is a Moog 960 type thing but with parallel stage
> loading like the expanded Turing Machine and Klee:
> The 8HP wide fixed filter bank is based on my own human voice module
> which was first released as a half rack project and then a 5U module
> some time ago. Those modules were originally based on the human voice
> presets of the VP-330. This time I've given each of the seven band pass
> filters its own level pot.
> The little 6HP wide mixer is based around the original 'Stooge' variant
> of the 5U Oakley Multimix. I decided to do away with the original's
> reversible attenuators and go with a pot and inverting switch instead.
> This just seems more practical when the module is this teeny.
> PCBs are available right now. Documentation is already available but
> I'll be adding more details on the construction side of things to the
> Builder's Guides over the next week or so.
> I hope to port most of my 5U modules into Eurorack over the next year or
> two. As well as some newer ideas I want to build.
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