Soundlab MiniSynth

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Soundlab MiniSynth

Post by fluxmonkey » Sun Apr 12, 2020 9:38 pm

Pulled a long-ago build of the original SoundLab Mini-Synth of the pile-of-sad-project-that-never worked, poked around at it for a couple afternoons, found a couple stupid mistakes and one bad chip, et voila: she works!
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Added a S&H, did a lot of tweaking of component values, and it's still more of a noise box than a full synth, but plenty of fun. Gotta say, all those flying wires were a PITA, and the documentation is, eh, "challenging." But always grateful for Ray's generosity and enthusiasm, nice to give another one of his contraptions voice.
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Re: Soundlab MiniSynth

Post by kriaction » Sat Apr 25, 2020 11:13 am

Hi fluxmonkey, very nice work!!! It was a pity leaving it without a voice, fortunately these strange times are perfect for working on these kind of projects! I love how the front panel came out...by the way what kind of supply did you use (Never seen that brick before)?

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Re: Soundlab MiniSynth

Post by fluxmonkey » Sun Jul 19, 2020 8:51 pm

kriaction wrote:
Sat Apr 25, 2020 11:13 am
...by the way what kind of supply did you use (Never seen that brick before)?
that's a dual 9v battery case :hihi:
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