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Music From Outer Space Sound Lab Mini-Synth
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John Mc Lane John Mc Lane
Publié le 06/06/08 à 20:16
Monophonic analog synth small

2 voltage controlled oscillator control
1 noise
LFO 1
An envelope generator
VCF 1
A sample and hold for version "plus"

Basic connectivity: audio output, 2 inputs for CV control the oscilloscope, and a gate in (envelope generator control)
after we can add an audio input, CV inputs for oscilloscope or VCF
CV output for Lfo etc. ....

the principle is a modular mini prepatch by switches .... not need to play to the switchboard of the 30

UTILIZATION

Config very well thought out and simple if we understand the operation!! few knobs and switches that I built is approx. 30x12cm 5cm in height which is small ..... works with 2 batteries or a power supply 9volts (symmetric) mounted with LF444 entire circuit consumes 6 milliampere
(One LED consumes 50) So even if the batteries are dead the march!!

SOUNDS

Its a very good analog of the former it is not FM synthesis!!
is the analog: the big bass tone, the police siren has the plane crash that
we feel that it is electric and not digital
experimenting you come across sounds incredible but it's not easy to find !!!!!
it has a nice little box sampler .......
is the analog real!!

OVERALL OPINION

It's not an MS 20 is the minisynth !!!!!!!!! ;)
is well thought out simple little cheap and big sound prepatched but it must be made !!!!! I built the version "Soundlab minisynth +" with all options must be methodical because there are more than 60 soldering son .... in all it has cost me the> 70 euros and I make the case 5mm plywood. (wood recup)
labels of all knobs are out of my printer on self-adhesive sheet
the pcb is done I do have a shop next door to me (6th) with the artwork on the page of MFOS

very very good diy project but it must be an inexperienced
to begin a first draft of a guide you disto!!
if you know the differential resistance of diodes and capacitors and solder and if you know that you are patient then go for it!

Ray Wilson has designed this tour, he'll thank you to the site of MFOS because schemas are plenty of filters, LFOs oscillators etc. ....
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