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Anyone experience with Paia Phlanger wanna give advise?
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 1:31 am    Post subject: Anyone experience with Paia Phlanger wanna give advise?
Subject description: Wondering if possible to slow down HFO for delay line?
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Here's a link to theschematic and circuit description.

It ought to be possible to get a delay out of this 1024 circuit also, right? I would think if the 566 clock freq is slowed down enough, it could make other delay-line effects too? Only, the best I could do is guess at what it will take to do so.

Here's a 566 datasheet that shows pins 5, 6 and 7 as modulation input, timing resistor, and timing cap inputs. All three are used in the Phlanger circuit. Maybe I should try attenuating the "Center" voltage going to pins 5 and 6 somehow?


I built a Phlanger using a SAD1024 taken from another pedal-- and discovered that I really like this flanger/phaser-- much better than the EHX pedal that I sacrificed. It's kinda an amazing flanger actually.

But, then I read somewhere that Tomita or maybe YMO used a modified version using two Phlangers, one with an inverted signal-- or inverted LFO (? something...). I've been wanting to try this, and I recently acquired a vintage model (was about the same price as an SAD1024 alone).

I thought I'd try all of the above ideas, and maybe rehouse both phlangers together, maybe add panning between the two outputs.


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