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sonicwarrior



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Location: Cologne, Germany

PostPosted: Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Call me necromant, but I've just stumbled over this thread and found it interesting.

I'm currently cheating by reducing my backlog with selling some of the projects which I have twice or which are not that important or too big for me (9090, MB808).

Outboard (20)
2 x Forssell Opto Compressor
4 x Nite EQ
2 x Mnats 1176 Rev J Compressor
2 x Mnats 1176 Rev D Compressor
1 x Dual LA2A
2 x GSSL (both almost finished)
1 x Dual Sontec EQ
2 x Pultec EQP-1
2 x Pultec EQ
1 x Calrec EQ in my own PCB design (stuck in the debugging phase and I don't find the error and have lost interest in it)
1 x JLM Audio Baby Animal mic pre (PCB stuffed)

Synth-Stuff (56)
2 x Haible Krautrock Phaser
1 x Haible Tau Phaser
2 x Wogglebug
1 x TLN-156 Neural Agonizer
1 x MOTM-480
1 x MOTM-440
1 x MOTM-820
1 x MOTM-120
1 x MOTM-410
1 x 909 BD
6 x Fonitronik Attenuverting Mixer
1 x Fonitronik PS3100 (don't know if this is redundant with the MOTM-410)
5 x MFOS ADSR
2 x MFOS Dual VCA
1 x MFOS Stereo Panner
1 x MFOS State Variable VCF
1 x MFOS Noise Cornucopia
1 x Papareil VCO
4 x Papareil DBX VCA
4 x Papareil DS8
1 x Papareil Polivoks Filter
1 x Papareil Miniwarp Ringmod
2 x CGS04 DC Mixer
1 x CGS24 Gate2Trig
1 x CGS29 Lockhart Wave Folder
1 x CGS36 Pulse Divider & Boolean Logic + 1 x CGS54 XOR XNOR Logic addon
1 x CGS40 Modulo Magic
1 x CGS56 Pulse Buffer (PCB stuffed)
1 x CGS58 Utility LFO
2 x Anyware Instruments VCO (PCB stuffed)
1 x PT80 delay (PCB almost completed, ran out of some capacitors)
1 x Accenter Tool (PCB stuffed)
1 x Doepfer A-145 LFO (PCB stuffed)
1 x Polivoks PCB (PCB stuffed)
1 x Thing-a-ma-kit (PCB stuffed, destroyed the housing because I cannot drill, at least my body didn't suffer)
1 x ML-303 v6 (fully completed and working but I'm too anxious to glue the display frame to the housing Embarassed )

Other stuff (7)
1 x Transistor-6 - The sequencer part of the ML-303
2 x MidiBox CV
1 x MIDI-Thru-Box (breadboard, almost completed)
1 x Sansamp GT2 clone (PCB stuffed)
1 x ShuffleBox
1 x Das Plus distortion - A clone of a famous guitar distortion unit but I forgot which one (works but I need to drill the housing, see above for a comment about my drilling skills)

Argh, if I counted correctly that makes 83 projects in the backlog. Mostly unstuffed PCBs because I don't have a place for that many stuffed ones waiting for a housing/frontpanel. And I'm currently out of money to buy parts/frontpanels/housings. Sad
And an additional reason is that I'm too anxious to build up a power supply for my big (Dotcom/MOTM) modular synth.
I think I'll need to sell further stuff because of that. Sad

Damned DIY GAS. Twisted Evil

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 16, 2009 11:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

That's quite the backlog. Good luck! Laughing

If I had posted a couple months ago I would have had something to compare to that, but I've building full steam ahead lately.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Thanks, maybe I just need a simple breakthrough with a successfully finished project. Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:32 am    Post subject: Aries Synthesizer Wish and Todo list Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Mods

1) 11-channel mixer: remove DC bias from input buss
2) Add two (4) trigger drivers (finished)
3) Keyboard 2: fix intermittent trigger output (finished)
4) Foot pedal controllers: restore functionality (started)
5) Threshold select: isolate switches with active circuitry
6) Balanced Modulator: change level controls to DC bias controls (finished -- utilized switchable input caps)
7) Dual ADSR #2: install correct timing capacitors (finished)
8 ) Output and power module: reclaim panel space (finished)
9) Interface: repair pitch-follower normalled connection
10) Systemic: eliminate unwanted DC bias points (finished -- none found)
11) Reverb: repair or replace (finished -- removed)

12) Keyboards: R & R errant key contacts (finished)
13) Dual ADSRs: convert mod pots to attenuverters (cancelled)

14) Multiples – assure proper operation (finished)
15) Relay switching for lights, etc.
16) Better ground and power buss wiring (finished)

17) Level shifter mod for CGS Saw Wave Shifter (finished)


Normalization

1) Trigger VC Egs as pairs rather than singles – Dual EGs become #3 and #4
2) Use freed up gates and trigger positions (5 and 6) for sequencer and s/h control

New Modules

1) Klee Sequencer (finished)
2) Dual Voltage Quantizers (finished)
3) Clock Dividers (finished)
4) MPS (both finished)
5) Quad VC Panner w/ built in LFOs (finished)
6) Fixed Filter Bank(finished)
7) New output section (see mod #8 )
8 ) Additional voltage (+10, -10) voltage sources
9) Additional power supply (finished)
10) Klee Sequencer #2 (finished)
11) CGS Wave Shapers(finished)
12) Fonitronics VC Ring Modulator(finished)

Aesthetics

1) Paint ‘L’ (black) behind upper left panel (finished)
2) Rear panel for keyboard and foot pedal connections (finished)

3) Improved standoff for top keyboard

To Do

1) Build case (finished)
2) Power Supply: determine increased power requirement (finished, built new power supply)
3) New panels (finished)
a) Acquire sheet aluminum (finished)
b) Determine if table saw blades can be replaced and if there is a metal cutting blade available (finished)
c) Determine panel sizes (note: blank panel space fillers can be up to quadruple width (12”) (finished)
d) Find usable process to print and transfer lettering via computer (to the panels) (finished - DecalPro)
4) Control knobs – acquire all knobs to assure match (est. 120 knobs c. $170) (Finished)
5) Panel jacks (1/8” 3.5mm) need adequate amount (finished)
6) Design panels for MPS and Klee Sequencer (finished)
7) Determine need for a 2nd MPS (finished -- acquired 2nd MPS)
8 ) Determine need/benefit of a matrix for the new case (finished -- will use jack normalization instead)


(Latest edit: 12/29/2011)

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

hi there, I think this is my second post or so
I'm starting with a backlog so there's something to look forward to Very Happy

MODs:
roland sh09 (cykong stuff)
boss dr110 (midi/sync/bends)
ensoniq esq1 (batt. change Cool)
böhm digital drums (individual outs)

DIY
papareil midi2cv
tom scarff cv2midi
thomas white 292c (boards arriving soon)
gakken sx-150 (not really DIY, I know)

in the pipeline...
thee gristleizer
bugcrusher
lunetta stuff
owyheeound apc+seq
...etc
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Ugh, I should reveal my shame here.

**Board Stuffed - Need Panel mount stuff**
MD24 MIDI to Gate PCB by Highly liquid

**Have all resistors and ICs, need the rest***
2x CGS Gate to Trigger Converters
4x Thomas Henry Mega Percussive Synth
1x CGS Cynare
3x Coron DS8 clones by m.Bareille
2x Thomas Henry UD-1

***Have the parts kits need panel bits***
1 set of Klee Sequencer
1 SNVoice

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strategy



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PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2009 4:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Shame myself indeed!

JH Tau as pedal (almost done)
Gaussmarkov spring reverb
Scott Bernardi VC Delay (dual)
Mega Percussive
vtl5c3's Buchla Matrix Mixer
Where's The Party At? sampler
various pedals - Neutron, Meatball, Ring Stringer, etc.
CGS VCO
Bareille Biphase
Neural Agonizer
MIDIBox SID

argggg....Must...stay...up...all...night...call in sick to work! SOLDER solder solder solder...eeeeegggg

- Strategy

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joshco



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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 5:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

my backlog so far:

yusynth vco
yusynth quad lfo
yusynth ems vcf
yusynth arp vcf
yusynth adsr´s
yusynth triggerdelay
yusynth vca´s
yusynth comparators
xr vco
electric druid pic adsr
electric druid vclfo
mfos quantizer
mfos panner
cgs tube vca
cgs dual drum
808 bd clone
808 clap clone
ds 8
midibox sequencer
night eq
neumann w492 eq
modular case
some more cases
elby pixie wasp clone (debugging adsr´s are not working)

still waiting for some parts, modules will then finished at once...
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

in progress:

stand alone Neural Agonizer (in final panel wiring stages)
281 envelope gen's (stalled because of missing part)
JH Living VCOs (needs panel wiring, awaiting home in unbuilt 2nd cabinet)
Ciat-Lonbarde DDDM2
440 Discrete OTA Filter (panel wiring)
CGS Wave Multiplier (panel wiring, no knobs, no money)
Controller cabinet (designed but unbuilt)


debug/repair:

266 Sample and Hold
CGS burst generator
replace 291 BPF input mixer (works great otherwise)
broken Blacet Dark Star (bought used)

Got a drawer full of naked PCBS for a portable suitcase synth. I'm waiting to finish my 2nd studio cabinet before opening that can of worms.
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de_engineered



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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Heh, good to know I'm not alone at least.

Mostly what I lack are resistors. Lots, and lots of them. In my last draft of my master, all-in-one-order BOM, I had 1000 100K resistors. Attached is said document, though in light of lots of clutter I decided to start from scratch again.

Oh, and panels, god, panels :[ (and pots, and knobs, yikes...)(oh, and a case...)

In no particular order:

Blank (or a few components at most) PCB

2x JH Scanners

Just want it as a scanner, not the chorus effect. Still have virtually nothing for it.

1x JH Varislope Filter/Phaser

Have some of the odd ICs.

1x SN-Voice (I've another on the way - least it is coming as a kit though!)

Have one SN chip, one tempco, will need another set for the other board.

1x Big Muff Pi clone

Desire to mod has kept it at bay from completion)

1x Seb Francis Fat Controller (MIDI-CV interface)

Lots of exotic ICs needed.

1x Klee Sequencer board set

Have all the pots.

1x Elby Designs PSU

Wondering if I'll even finish this, or if I should get a big Pro One PSU.

1x Magic Smoke Electronics Thomas Henry El Cerrito VCO (have

Have all the ICs, and to my credit I only picked this up last week.

1x MOTM-510 Wavewarper

Have the AD538 analog computer IC, $65, ow. All other ICs are a go.

2x Fonik PS3100 Resonator clones

Vactrols in place as seen.

2x UD-1 Drum Voice

Have the LM566 VCOs.

2x Thomas White Buchla LPG clones

Have the Vactrols; want to mod so res has a Vactrol VC element as well.

1x Harry Bissell Pitch-to-Voltage converter/guitar synth (last one there is according to H^)

It's huuuge. Like, 14" x 8"

1x Tellun Doomsday Machine

Have all the pots, and some tiny knobs to get it to all fit in one panel.

1x Appendage Ribbon Controller (to be shipped soon)

Have the SoftPot, probably most of the ICs.


Partially Populated:

1x Magic Smoke Electronics Thomas Henry Mankato VCF

Them resistors, I needs em. Also 5 and 7 pin MTA headers fit better than the silkscreened 2 and 3 pin, so I need some of those.

1x Ken Stone CGS Super Psycho LFO

Few odd resistors and headers.

1x Ken Stone CGS Saw Pitch Shifter

Multiturn trimers.

1x Ken Stone CGS Synthacon VCF

Wana do some mods, and there's a silkscreen error I need to asses out to be sure what and where to put some parts.

2x Ken Stone CGS Rene Schmitz VCA

SMT bypass caps (have, not soldered yet though) - one was started with 5% resistors, the other 1% - want to covert the 5 to a 1.

1x Ken Stone CGS CMOS Wasp VCF

Reeeeesistors...

1x Ken Stone CGS Bi-N-Tic VCF

Bits here and there.

1x YuSynth Saw Animator

Multiturn trimmers, replacing some 5% with 1% resistors

1x JH Living VCOs

Them resistors, mhmm. Planing a coarse/fine tune scheme, versus JH's preferred (and expensive ;/) multiturn pot setup. I have to fix some wrong ICs too :[

2x Prototype MS-20 clones

One has the wrong parts soldered it, doh, the other I just haven't gotten around to...

3x MPS Drum Synth

Each is more populated than the last, though I suspect I put the wrong value caps in one.

1x Ian Fritz 5pulser

Have the rest of the parts, need to solder.

1x WTPA? 8-Bit Sampler

Few odd ICs, case.

1x MFOS Soundlab (Original)

I will use this as the core to my modular setup (still in progress as this posts attests to..), though I need to do the upgrade mods, or I'll sell it, perhaps as-is, and get the Soundlab Ultimate and Expander.

1x MFOS WSG

There's some Scott Stites Vactrol mods I'll et to someday, though arguably all the potential power in the the aforementioned gear can do all it can do a hundred fold.


I won't even get into my wishlist!


My camera's broken so all I had was my webcam for some crappy pix...


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 21, 2009 12:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

its just scary getting into this
im pleading ignorance to my list

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2009 6:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I have to stop reading this page. to many ideas and or distractions. Heres the list.

4 TW Lopass Gate clones
4 Fonik expander boards
2 EM klee's
2 EM M.P.S.'s
2 Fonik PS3100 resonators
1 MFOS 8 Stage Phase Shifter
1 MFOS 24db filter
2 MFOS VC/LFO
1 MFOS Quantizer
1 MFOS VCO
and countless pages of schematics

wow..........well at least the mfos vco and the quantizer are on the bench and half populated.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2009 6:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I forgot to add an MFOS soundlab that I am supposed to build for a friend. I hope he's patient.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2009 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

So weird to see this thread resurrected. About a year and a half ago I posted my backlog as of then - it's changed considerably since then. It's about the same size, just has mostly different stuff on it - I managed to get a lot done in the interim!
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 9:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

few left to start..

Mfos - dual vca
Mfos - svvcf
Mfos - micro s&h
Yusynth - dual saw animator
Yusynth - cv standards
Cgs - analog switch matrix
Cgs - digital noise


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 1:46 pm    Post subject: 2 and 3 pin MTA connectors Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

de_engineered wrote:
Heh, good to know I'm not alone at least.
Mostly what I lack are resistors. Lots, and lots of them. In my last draft of my master, all-in-one-order BOM, I had 1000 100K resistors. Attached is said document, though in light of lots of clutter I decided to start from scratch again.

<snip>
Partially Populated:
1x Magic Smoke Electronics Thomas Henry Mankato VCF

Them resistors, I needs em. Also 5 and 7 pin MTA headers fit better than the silkscreened 2 and 3 pin, so I need some of those.

I won't even get into my wishlist!


Hey De_

On those 2 and 3 pin headers, you're right in that some of them can be a tight fit on the PCB when they're right next to each other. A simple solution that I've found is to just sand the sides very lightly with an emery board or some sandpaper. Just sand the sides where they meet and you can easily make them fit together very nicely. This way, all I do is buy the 2 and 3 pin parts and I'm all set. Of course, you can also just skip the connectors and wire directly to the board, but I like being able to disconnect the panel parts easily for routing, toubleshooting, swapping, etc. BTW, thanks for buying a Mankato and an El Cerrito. Now get back to soldering! Wink

Tim (won't even get into my own backlog) Servo
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 7:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

dimension hatross!

Skrog Productions wrote:
few left to start..

Mfos - dual vca
Mfos - svvcf
Mfos - micro s&h
Yusynth - dual saw animator
Yusynth - cv standards
Cgs - analog switch matrix
Cgs - digital noise
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 8:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

You people are freaking insane. If I had a backlog like that I don't know how I'd feel, good or bad. My short list:

o Receive, distribute, and construct Karplus Strong first run boards.
o Prototype Boolean Sequencer board.
o Make Chiphenge Lunetta sculpture
o barter for grab-bag kits
o Populate some Karplus Strong boards for customers
o Design way cool modular boards for you!

That's my short list, hope you enjoyed it...

Les

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2009 11:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

To Finish:
- Klee sequencer
- SN Voice
- 2nd Fonitronik Attenuverting mixer
- 2nd Baby10
- Buchla 292c clone

To Do (boards and parts waiting):
- Fonitronik Sequential Switch
- 3rd Attenuverting mixer
- Fonitronik Seq. Switch
- Fonitronik PS3100 resonators
- Ryk M185 sequencer
- Jürgen Haible Living VCOs
- Thomas Henry UD-1
- Thomas Henry MPS
- Thomas Henry Super Controller
- Oakley Triple VCAs
- CGS Synthacon Filter
- CGS Psycho LFO
- Buchla 281 clone

And will add to the list soon:
- Les Hall Karplus Strong board Very Happy
- Appendage Touch Ribbon controller
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 1:59 pm    Post subject: Re: 2 and 3 pin MTA connectors Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Tim Servo wrote:
A simple solution that I've found is to just sand the sides very lightly with an emery board or some sandpaper.


Hey, that would do the trick. Thanks Tim!

-de_engineered (Your friendly neighborhood ice cream man Smile )(only Tim's gonna get that!)

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 8:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Man, so many DIY folks have such huge backlogs. I'm thinking of offering my boards assembled as well as in kit form. If the price of assembly is reasonable, would you pay the extra to have the assembly done for you?

Les

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 1:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Ouch... there are about 50 boards here...


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 2:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

forbin wrote:
Ouch... there are about 50 boards here...

time to stop soldering and start drilling!!
its the wiring that sucks most Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

My backlog is large, I did near squat in 2009 but still bought some more boards... in part from memory

2 Klee
2 Appendage
10 281 Eg
3 CGS VCO
2 JH VCO
TAU
2 185 sequencer (i have the switches but amking a panel to accomodate them is killing me)
All sorts of CGS stuff, just loads and loads, VCS monsoon
and tons of stuff I have forgotten

I am rediscovering how much I love every part of the process except for drilling panels, that is what most often slows me down, and I have begun to do them many at a time. Heres keeping my fingers crossed for 2010.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

andrewF wrote:

its the wiring that sucks most Very Happy


I just might make that my new sig Sad

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