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Noise Toaster CV range, Monotron, Volca, and MS-20
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 08, 2014 12:54 pm    Post subject: Noise Toaster CV range, Monotron, Volca, and MS-20 Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Howdy!


I'm in the middle of building my Noise Toaster.
Is the CV range +/-4.5 v ?
I think that's what the VCO section of the "make" book is getting at, but I had a hard time being sure.
I plan to try interfacing it with my Volcas, Monotron, and MS-20 mini.


I've been looking for a few weeks, but I have failed to find any real info on the CV for the 'tron and the Volcas. There is plenty of info, of course, on the MS.

It doesn't seem like anyone is really posting much about rigging 'Trons and Toasters to each other.
I realize there are going to be variations in basic CV values in each synth, and that they're probably unlikely to work swimmingly. *This* area is where I hope to do the actual experimenting, in hopes that I can find ways to compensate for the differences.
It would be loads of fun to get them usable with each other at all. And, of course, then using them for (probably limited) MS-20 fun.

Maybe someday I'll try to match the transistors in the Toaster VCO and use a temperature compensation circuit I found.
Maybe I'll FINISH THE TOASTER before I speculate further ;D .

Still, I've been wondering.

P.S. - I'm not trying to brag about my "Korg stable". I got a killer financing deal on everything but the Monotron a friend hooked me up with.
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