I recently build a “small” YUSynth, and I had some spares of copper, aluminum, pot, knob, etc…
So I decided to build a Ripples VCF according to the schematics released by Olivier.
This is the result :
Some changes are the add of 78L12/79L12 to use the module with a +15/-15 supply
And the substitution of LM4040-5V by a 5.1V zener (because I have it freely).
Thanks Olivier for this design.
This build was just for personal fun, I do not intend to sell it!
I bet schrab is already etching dies for the CPU in his kitchen sink and then goes hunting for some resin in the woods to cast the Enclosures for these…
I’m looking for starburst display from broken blu-ray player
This is great! What method did you use for the front panel?
The front-panel is chloride etched aluminum, filled with two colors.
Picture of the panel before the dirty but glossy blue painting :
yeah very very cool.
i admire people who get stuff like that done in such quality and DIY
also the MI design philosophy (i know, no better term at hand right now) is always a matter of great delight
Sounds great! I like the design and blue paint on the cover.
hold on, we can make our own PCBs ! Gah! I totally forgot Olivier is the open source king!