Ciat-Lonbarde Swoop Spokes

The paper circuit, shown above, is the only information that we have that pertains to the Swoop Spokes.  It was a kind of mystery circuit that no one else (that … Read More

Repackaging Modules

Here’s the result of a light bulb going off in my mind a few days ago.  I have several different cases for Eurorack modules, and I’ve found that patching across … Read More

L-1 Stereo VC Mixer

L-1 Stereo VC Mixer replaces the Verbos Scan & Pan for my output mixer. Features 4 stereo channels with voltage controlled level and panning Voltage controlled sum out level Stereo … Read More

Immediate Music

Ever since that time, in 2012, that I was captivated by the Ciat-Lonbarde Cocoquantus oscillator cluster, which Peter Blasser called the Quantussy, a Nabra or analog brain, I have sought … Read More

No Understanding

Two modules vocalizing, but they don’t seem to understand each other.  

Tromsø Generative Patch

First trials with Tromsø modules for generative patterns. Detail of the cables around the four Tromsø modules, the four 2hp Sample & Holds, and the Sport Modulator: It looks like … Read More

Big Euro Box

Filled up the Synthrotek wood case, 9U x 104hp.  It needed more power than one 4ms Row Power 40, so I added a second.  Row Power 40s can share a … Read More

More Generative Experiments

These two recordings were made yesterday, as I worked on the composition of another self-running (generative) patch.  This one uses a ring of five clocked sample and holds, inspired yet … Read More

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