My big DYI synth project for this winter/spring is putting together the Arp 2600 clone TTSH (Two Thousand Six Hundred). First phase was done yesterday – finishing the three analog oscillators. Next up, soldering the 4012 filter.
So I finished putting together this baby. Will try out some new ideas with my modular this weekend.
Winter is coming. To keep the inspiration flowing I have previously bought some kits that needs assembling. Something to keep me busy when it’s dark and cold outside. First up is this kit. Can you guess what it is?
Yesterday I got a little package from my favorite online shop Thonk. It was the DIY version of the 4ms Rotating Clock Divider. It’s a clock devision device for my modular. It will replace my Doepfer A160, which is cool but doesn’t fit all my needs.
My GAS level went up a bit for this new module from QU-Bit. The Chord is a four wave oscillator with individual and summed outputs. All voices are tuned together, allowing for quick and easy sequencing of chord progressions. Lets see if I can find a place for this little beauty in my modular rack.