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Your dropbox pictures are not showing anymore, could you please upload them for the sake of documenting the mod? Thanks :-)listentoaheartbeat wrote:A couple more photos showing the wiring. I had to re-route the wires to the other side of the module so the breakout would fit my case, taking care to not put any leverage on the solder joints that tap the SMD circuit. Scary shit!
Hats off to Derek for the solder job - I would have crapped my pants doing this, and how he managed to do it so neatly is beyond me.
I added a cable relief by mounting a zip tie to the plain PCB Wowa adds to the back of his modules, in addition to securing the wires at the power socket. This should keep any leverage away from the solder joints.
nice one & Interesting mod! just a question : can you get same control with the QMMF-4 as it is ,right? will it sound exactly thtimoka wrote:another patch where res-4 is a chord machine. every channel modulates itself on the frequency to get these soft saw-ish waves.
master level controlled by the doepfer ribbon pressure out, this leads to the falling tones and the channels don't react at the same time to the feedback, quite fun to experiment with.
ph-8 modulates individual levels and noise from rg-6 modulates pan.
very interested in this as well; please re-upload the mod photos.
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My photos just showed the cable routing on the back of the module. To make it extra secure, I drilled holes in the back plane (second, blank PCB) and secured the wires using zip ties. Cannot find my photos any more, but the only one that really matters is in the first post, it shows the points in the circuit to tap for this mod.