This is the devilS Yell, the “all mighty phunky scratching device”
I mostly use it for tryin to scratch kool rythm thingies,
but you can use it for whatever wierd soundz you can imagine ;P
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Video of first test of ”Ninjani Bassline” back in 2008.
Why I posted this now is because I just dug it up again and dusted it off, then decided to finally finish building it. So you can expect new pictures and maybe a new video of the finished synth soon.
What needs to be done is merely cosmetic, knobs , panel layout and minor final fine tuning adjustments.
“Ninjani Bassline” is a essential sequential analog synthesizer I built in 2008. It has a VCO, 2 AR Envelopes, VCF, VCA and a 16 step sequencer.
1 x VCO -Voltage controlled oscillator – OTA. Square and sawtooth wave.
1 x VCF – Voltage controlled filter – Sallen Key, Korg MS-20 type clone. Low-pass & High-pass.
2 x EG – Envelope generator – Basic envelope attack and release.
1 x VCA – Voltage controlled Amplifier – OTA Based.
1x Sequencer – “16 steps VCO pitch” or “8 steps VCO pitch and VCF cutoff”