Bill of Materials
Capacitor and Resistor Lookup Guide
great circuit, but how about one we can actually read?
Hey, Sorry it’s hard to read. We don’t have access to the original schematic file anymore, so we can not change it, but If you bring the pdf into a photo editing software (ms paint, or GIMP) you could reverse the colors, and then at least it would be a white background.
-Patrick at Synthrotek
Thanks, not to sound like a kook. I put mine together and it sounds great. I am just itching to see what mods I can do. You guys still rock. Playing with my Junk, I hear alot of sounds I feel in love with on my 2600.
Hi; I just finished building the AJC and am installing it in a cigar box.
It makes some pretty cool sounds on its own, but I’m curious about the LFO and CV. On your video you have a very nice sequencer gadget, but I don’t have one. Any ideas about more basic or common electronic objects I could plug into those jacks?
What does the LFO expect? What does the CV expect?
Thanks for any assistance you can provide.
The AJC is a super fun noise maker!
-The LFO input is available if you wanted to take another oscillator and combine it with the signal of the AJC. By plugging another sound source into that input, you are replacing one of the AJC oscillators with this new input signal. This way you can mangle other oscillators to make them sound nuts!
-The CV input typically deals with voltages but can also be used with other oscillators/loud sound sources. When sending voltage into the CV input, the pitch will change as you change the voltage going in. But sending crazy oscillator sounds will also allow you do some weird frequency modulation stuff!
Thank you very much! I have a 4093 NAND synth from a year or so ago. Think I’ll plug it into the AJC and see what happens. Thanks again!
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