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Odds & Ends

Lately I've been working on a few projects, but I have been spending a large amount of time drawing and playing/editing music.
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Here are some electronic happenings:
I replaced the jack, switch, and pots in my friend's Telecaster. It was informative and eliminated a ton of scratchy interference. I bought a parts kit here for the job. It's a little pricey, but the parts are all matched exactly.

I also got a daisy chain and searched through my stash of wall-warts so that now all my music gear (10 items) is powered by 3 power blocks! consequentially, it's all insanely lighter.

I managed to mod this design to make a 16-step sequencer. With help from Michael Una and Bill Bowden.
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Works in progress:
- 4-channel, 16-step Circuit-Bent Drum Toy
- JWJ's Monster
- Thingamahands
- "The Perfect Clock Unit"
- A few StudioFactory projects

5 comments:

  1. So the sequencer circuit would control an analogue synth?
    Where would the voltage output be on this circuit?
    I was thinking of buying 2 getlof 4017 sequencer circuits and chaining them together.
    Do you have any more info on this?
    I have dabbled with making circuits before, but this would be the first project i would be doing since about 3 years or so.

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  2. Graham: I am about to post a better version that shows the voltage output and everything. Should be up this week :)

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  3. This Circuit is awesome more info about the power supply and the CV output would be really appreciated

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