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Blip! Wavershaper PCB+panel released <- fricko
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:40 am    Post subject: Blip! Wavershaper PCB+panel released <- fricko
Subject description: Constant Pulse Process waveshaper a la Variophon - double reed, brass waveshapes
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I am pretty excited to announce that I have started a new website fricko.home.blog to offer PCB+Panel combos for some new analog Eurorack modules with unique functionality.

The first of these is called Blip! waveshaper. Available now.

It is tidied-up and expanded version of the constant-breadth pulse waveshaper I put up here a couple of years ago in the post Waveshaper for constant pulse synthesis a la Variophon (http://electro-music.com/forum/topic-69105.html) It lets you produce a unique class of waveshapes: the kind of impulses made by double reed (cor, oboe, bassoon) or lip (brass) instruments.

Some people on this forum (and on Muffs) asked about boards being available, so here you go! (I have no plans to offer kits or built modules. No rare parts are used. Through hole.)

Readers interested in the technical details of the pulse forming process may like to read the "backstory" page on that site.
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