DEEP THOUGHT boolean logic module now available

Deep Thought is a Boolean logic module with two distinct sections. The upper section features addressable Boolean logic, with any one of NOT A, NOT B, AND, NAND, OR, NOR, XOR and XNOR being chosen either via knob or via CV input. The lower section features simultaneous outputs of NOT A, NOT B, AND, NAND, OR, NOR, XOR and XNOR.

DEEP THOUGHT module assembled: £125 GBP

…or DIY:

DEEP THOUGHT PCB set and PIC: £20 GBP

DEEP THOUGHT panel (4HP): £15 GBP

DEEP THOUGHT build doc

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Introducing CEMvelope…!

CEMvelope is based on the legendary ADSR section of the Sequential Circuits Pro-One monosynth, with minor adaptations to integrate it into Euro format. Smooth and snappy! It has a gate input as well as a trigger input, the trigger input works in conjunction with the gate input for multiple triggering from a suitable controller device. CEMvelope has at it’s heart a CEM3310 or AS3310. You can source your own chip, of buy direct from me when you order your PCB set and panel.

CEMvelope module assembled: £100 GBP

…or DIY:

CEMvelope PCB set: £12 GBP

CEMvelope panel (4HP): £12 GBP

AS3310 chip: £5 GBP

CEMvelope Build Doc

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Wave Runner LFO for MU is here…!

Very please to announce the release of our second MU module – Wave Runner LFO, a multi waveform LFO with a host of features based on code by Electric Druid. Now available from Noisebug, soon to be available for DIYers too.

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Monobloc 01 and 02 sets back in stock

The idea behind this is that by putting a bunch of modules on one panel there’s a cost saving of about 20% versus the individual modules.

Monobloc 01 has only one VCO but has a multimode VCF, two ADSRs and an LFO.

Monobloc 02 has dual VCOs, classic 24dB/oct filter and single ADSR.

Horses for courses. Take your pick! Two great little starter standalone systems.

 

Monobloc 01 (42HP):

  • System X Oscillator PCB
  • State 700 Filter PCB
  • System x Amplifier PCB
  • System X Envelope PCB x 2
  • Wave Runner LFO PCB/PIC
  • Custom power cable

Monobloc 01 panel + PCB set + custom power cable: £145 GBP

 

Monobloc 02 (42HP):

  • System X Oscillator PCB x 2
  • System X Filter PCB
  • System x Amplifier PCB
  • System X Envelope PCB
  • Custom power cable

Monobloc 02 panel + PCB set + custom power cable: £125 GBP

 

For orders and queries please contact me at: [email protected]

 

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New Stuff!

A few new pages added to the website today:

Dual XVCA is a new module which supercedes System X Amplifier. Same size, now double the features.

Microbus is another power solution integrating onboard 12VAC input and power headers. Forms part of my forthcoming #100quidmodular concept!

Device is a full synth voice on a 22HP panel. Incredibly warm and powerful. Forms part of my forthcoming #100quidmodular concept!

 

 

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Monobloc 01 panels back in stock

I’ve also revamped the VCO PCB, so now the heater circuit is integrated onto the main PCB. There’s also optional pads for SOIC LM3046.

Monobloc 01 (42HP):

System X Oscillator PCB
State 700 Filter PCB
System x Amplifier PCB
System X Envelope PCB x 2
Wave Runner LFO PCB/PIC
Custom power cable

Monobloc 01 panel + PCB set + custom power cable: £145 GBP

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‘Device’ voice module

Introducing the Frequency Central Device voice module:

Device is a combination of three individual Frequency Central modules:

  • System X Oscillator
  • Raging Bull VCF/VCA
  • System X Envelope

Modules can be used individually, or as an integrated synth by using normalised internal connections.

Check out Sunshine Jones‘ video featuring Device:

I’m currently rockin’ 4 x Device built into a Waldorf KB37, and using a Mutable Instruments Yarns as a polyphonic controller. Maybe you want to build your own polyphonic modular synthesiser too?

Device is available both fully assembled and as a PCB/panel set.

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Monoblocs – initial batches ready! Go!

OK, here are Monobloc 01 and 02.

The idea behind this is that by putting a bunch of modules on one panel there’s a cost saving of about 20% versus the individual modules.

01 has only one VCO but has a multimode VCF, two ADSRs and an LFO.

02 has dual VCOs, classic 24dB/oct filter and single ADSR.

Horses for courses. Take your pick! Two great little starter standalone systems.

Initial batches of both are shipping with free FC Power PCB, which you can use for testing individual modules, or as a power source to make your Monobloc a standalone system.

Monobloc 01 (42HP):

System X Oscillator PCB
State 700 Filter PCB
System x Amplifier PCB
System X Envelope PCB x 2
Wave Runner LFO PCB/PIC
Custom power cable

Monobloc 01 panel + PCB set + custom power cable: £145 GBP

For orders and queries please contact me at:

[email protected]

Monobloc 02 (42HP):

System X Oscillator PCB x 2
System X Filter PCB
System x Amplifier PCB
System X Envelope PCB
Custom power cable

Monobloc 02 panel + PCB set + custom power cable: £125 GBP

For orders and queries please contact me at:

[email protected]

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Monobloc 01 and Monobloc 02

Panels are in for these two. I need to get the website geared up for them, but they are available as from now- call me baby!

Monobloc 01 (42HP): System X Oscillator, State 700 Filter, System x Amplifier, System X Envelope x 2, Wave Runner LFO.

Monobloc 02 (42HP): System X Oscillator x 2, System X Fliter, System x Amplifier, System X Envelope.

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Ooh! What’s this then?

First live Monobloc spotted on the wild! Elusive but conclusive!

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