The OMSynth is now available for purchase! Along with kits for this video: https://noise.kitchen/143-omsynth
More info here:
Learn how to make a touch controlled sampler/sequencer and VCF (voltage controlled filter) !
This video is part 3 of a 3 part series.
See the first video on building oscillators here:
The second video on making sequencers here:
Get more info, schematics and drawings for the circuits shown in this video here:
I do NOT show how to make the VCF in this video. For more info on this go here:
MORE LINKS BELOW!!
-CD40106 hex schmitt trigger IC
-CD4040 binary counter IC
-ISD1820 (or ISD1820PY)
-1k, 10k, 100k, 1M resistors
-0.1uF, 1uF, 10uF capacitors
-lots of jumper wires
00:49 electrical components and tools
01:50 OMSynth overview
02:22 The chips
02:48 Basic oscillators
03:20 Clock divider
04:02 LED drivers
04:42 Wiring up the sampler
04:45 Make sure you power the ISD1820 with 5VOLTS!
HOW IT WORKS
05:27 Sampler functionality
05:39 Touch sensor pitch control
06:04 Touch panel
MODS, HACKS & TWEAKS
10:49 Rhythmic “beat slicing” effect
14:04 “tape warble” effect
15:22 Direct recording
19:05 Party jams
19:35 Shout outs
19:56 Sleepy cat
CD40106 hex schmitt trigger data sheet:
Click to access cd40106bc.pdf
CD4040 binary counter/clock divider datasheet:
Click to access cd4020bms-24bms-40bms.pdf
This video was produced during an artists residency at Ljudmila Lab in June 2015 with financial support from the Slovenian Ministry of Culture and the Municipality of Ljubljana’s Department for Culture. The residency was part of Changing Weathers project, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
Produced by: Ljudmila, Art and Science Laboratory and Projekt Atol Institute