Ciat-Lonbarde Lil Sidrassi

The Lil Sidrassi is a paper circuit designed by Peter Blasser.  It has pretty good instructions. Lil Sidrassi was made into a PC board by Dennis Vershoor.  The circuit consists … Read More

Eurorack Bench Supply

I reused a Pittsburgh Modular Cell 90 AC supply to make a test bench power supply for Eurorack modules. The AC supply powered older Cell 90 skiff cases. It’s your … Read More

Eight Low Pass Gates

I set up four similar patches, each with two of the same Low Pass Gates module, four different makes.  Each patch looks like:  S&H -> Oscillator FM; Oscillator pulse out … Read More

Esoterica Spike Ring

Peter Blasser’s paper circuits are made by printing out a graphic, such as the above, at the right scale to match up with the physical sizes of the actual components, … Read More

Syncopation

A rhythm experiment using Pithoprakta, the probability pulse sequencer.  Six voices are triggered off by the module.  Manual intervention a few times on the Loop button to lock in a … Read More

Synthrotek Wood Case

The world of Eurorack modular cases and power supplies is wild and woolly.  I put together a motley collection of six different cases, five of them small, and the larger … Read More

Ancient Fluks Music

Another excavation from cassette tapes, this is a recording of a live performance by my second band, The Fluks, from 1978.  It was the beginning of the New Wave in … Read More

Ancient Greeble Music

I got around to digitizing some cassette tapes of my old bands.  The band called Greeble was the first real band that I played bass in.  Real, meaning played out … Read More

What is the Quantussy?

Quantussy is the name Peter Blasser gave to the cluster of five oscillators in his Cocoquantus.  He says, The Quantussy is a five (5) petaled flower, each petal with oscirator, … Read More

Audulus Quantussy

I don’t use much synthesizer software. But, upon seeing a demonstration of Audulus by Mark Boyd at a local synth club meeting, and then checking out the price ($50 US), … Read More