Three oscillators drone with distortion control, in Eurorack formatDesigned by TOMA Systems, Ships from Italy
Description This module consists of 3 ramp oscillators, each with different range of frequencies, mixed together and processed by a diode distortion stage with dry/wet control. The oscillators are ...Read More…
This module consists of 3 ramp oscillators, each with different range of frequencies, mixed together and processed by a diode distortion stage with dry/wet control.
The oscillators are made with NPN reverse biased transistors, as shown in this video of Look Mum No Computer.
I added the mixing circuit, the distortion stage and made frequency ranges slightly overlapped, making this module capable to create very wide and powerful chord-like sounds.
|Selection||What you'll get|
|DIY Kit||PCB, Aluminium panel, All electronic components, Knobs, 25cm ribbon cable|
|Fully Assembled||Ready to plug module, 25cm ribbon cable|
Images show partially assembled module, for now ONLY PCB is available. Stay tuned for updates!
|Shipping Rate||First item||Additional items|
Poste Italiane: Standard
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Hi, I’m Matteo (a.k.a. TOMA Systems).
I was born in 1992 and I built my very first guitar pedal in 2013, at that time I was an electronic engineering student, at the university of Parma (Italy), and I was playing bass guitar in a local band.
My first Atari Punk Console had been the non-returning point that introduced me to the universe of synthesizers. From that moment I become more and more curious about oscillators and sequencers, so in 2016 I built my own Baby-8 with an integrated IC8038 based VCO. The sound was pretty rough but hey, it was working!
In the meantime I finally graduated and I started a job for a company, based in Reggio Emilia, so I began investing more time (and money) in my home laboratory in which I started develop, create and test other circuits.
During 2017 I built my first Eurorack modular system, composed by an LFO, a drone, a basic mixer and a tiny output stage (mainly intended for lineout and phones) with integrated VCA. In this year I also built a compact synth for a friend of mine, who asked me a copy of my previous synth (Baby-8 plus IC8038).
In 2018 I worked upon more modules and, at the same time, I started to evolve “stable” designs from perfboard to more robust PCB. I even bought a CNC router to cut aluminum panels, wood for enclosures and PCB prototyping; that brought me toward the idea of mass produce my own modules.
So, here we are: me trying to sell not so crappy circuits on the Internet.