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Casper Electronics DIY synth building. Part 3: Lo-Fi Sampler/looper/VCF

The OMSynth is now offered for purchase! Along with packages for this video: https://noise.kitchen/143-omsynth
More information right here:
https://bastl-instruments.com/instruments/omsynth

Find out just how to make a touch managed sampler/sequencer and also VCF (voltage controlled filter)!
http://www.bastl-instruments.com/instruments/omsynth/omsynthvideo3/

This video clip is component 3 of a 3 part series.

See the initial video clip on structure oscillators here:

The 2nd video clip on making sequencers right here:

Get extra info, schematics as well as illustrations for the circuits received this video clip right here:
https://bastl-instruments.com/support/tutorials/omsynth-project-3
I do NOT reveal just how to make the VCF in this video. For even more details on this go right here:
https://bastl-instruments.com/support/tutorials/omsynth-lo-fi-vcf

EVEN MORE LINKS BELOW!!

MATERIALS:
– CD40106 hex schmitt trigger IC
– CD4040 binary counter IC
– ISD1820 (or ISD1820PY).
-1 k, 10k, 100k, 1M resistors.
-100 k potentiometers.
-0.1 uF, 1uF, 10uF capacitors.
– LEDs.
– great deals of jumper wires.

———-= TIMELINE= ———-.
00:20 Intro.

MATERIALS.
00:49 electrical components and also tools.
01:50 OMSynth summary.

BUILDING.
02:22 The chips.
02:48 Basic oscillators.
03:20 Clock divider.
04:02 LED motorists.
04:42 Wiring up the sampler.
04:45 Make certain you power the ISD1820 with 5VOLTS!

HOW IT WORKS.
05:27 Sampler capability.
05:39 Touch sensor pitch control.
06:04 Touch panel.

MODS, HACKS & TWEAKS.
09:05 Playback.
10:49 Rhythmic “beat slicing” impact.
14:04 “tape warble” effect.
15:22 Direct recording.

MUSIC DEMO.
19:05 Party jams.
19:35 Shout outs.
19:56 Sleepy pet cat.

WEB LINKS:.

CD40106 hex schmitt trigger data sheet:.
https://www.fairchildsemi.com/datasheets/cd/cd40106bc.pdf.

CD4040 binary counter/clock divider datasheet:.
http://www.intersil.com/content/dam/Intersil/documents/cd40/cd4020bms-24bms-40bms.pdf.

This video was produced during a musicians residency at Ljudmila Lab in June 2015 with financial support from the Slovenian Ministry of Culture as well as the Municipality of Ljubljana’s Department for Culture. The residency became part of Changing Weathers job, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe program of the European Union.

Created by: Ljudmila, Art and also Science Laboratory as well as Projekt Atol Institute.
http://www.ljudmila.org.
http://www.projekt-atol.si/.
http://www.changingweathers.net/.

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