These are schematics I have never tried to build :>
These seem to be from one of the Octave Cat synths.
I've read they really sounded good in their day. I wonder if full
clones are ever built by enthusiasts.
This is a high pass filter from . I'm sure it has a
nice sound from the way it is set up. If you're willing to invest
in a large HPF take a look.
This is a good looking frequency divider from a synth.
I imagine the parts are available, but I'm not sure.
This is supposed to be a popular phase pedal for guitar,
so making a synth module might be harder. The small stone
Electronic Formulas and musical numbers
Amps times Volts equals watts
really here is something helpful
-The efficiency of an audio amplifier is expressed
as power out divided by power in, but it can be expressed as a percent
by multiplying power out by 100.
--the cutoff frequency of a lpf or hpf, but I refer
here to an lpf. They are esentially the same in resistance capacitance
Fo = 1 / (2 pi R C) where Fo = cutoff frequency in HZ pi = you know, the number that makes a more accurate equation the
more digits it uses. r is the ohms of resistance prior to the capacitor c is the farads of capacitance connected to ground
for example if you have a 100k resistor and a 10nf
capacitor (same as .01 microfarad) connected to a buffer the cutoff
will be approximately 159hz 2 X 3.14 X 100,000 X .00000001 = .00628 1/.00628 is close to 159
--To make a linear volume control exponential place
a resistor to ground on it's output path, the middle terminal.
This works if there is no resistance prior to the potentiometer. The
resistor must maintain a ratio of 100 to 15, if the full value of the
control is 100k ohms the resistor must be 15k. This can actually be
more accurate than a cheap audio taper but can also cause problems if
done in a complex circuit.