8159R Sequencer / Rhythm Generator, homemade vintage junk synth - synthesizerSee original listing
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19 Mar, 2012 17:46:58 GMT
Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
New other (see details): A new, unused item with absolutely no signs of wear. The item may be missing its original packaging, ... Read moreabout the condition
Are you bored of the monotonous sound of every day life?
Do you have a lack of bleepy weird sounds?
Are you longing for the rhythmic trotting of robotic communications from beyond our solar system?
Then this is the device for you!
Green Dungeon Alchemist Laboratories
Built from the finest found junk and stuff, this device utilizes the earliest in logic technologies to create rhythmic sequences of bleeps and wails unlike anything heard before! (unless you had an old 300 baud modem) It generates a constantly changing rhythm controlled by four binary inputs, each connected to one of 12 tempo division outputs via bolts. The connection leads are constructed from modified spent bullet casings and the finest quality bits of wire found in the lab. The sound being rhythmized is generated by 3 oscillators with frequency control (marked A, B and C). Combined via a method of ring modulation they provide us with interstellar cosmic sounds and roboitc cybercommunication noises equating to a funky beat to do the robot to! This device also has the capacity to raise the tempo frequency beyond sub-audible normal operation to provide truly unusual electronic buzzing.
An instructional image is provided below along with photographs and sound samples.
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Sequence 1 (9:14)
Weird sound 1 (1:45)
Seal of authenticity and output socket
Connectors, 4 are provided but crocodile clips can be used if these break or get lost
Power supply: 12V to 18V DC (connection via terminals on side, positive terminal marked. Take care to aovid short circuits)
Output: Standard quarter inch mono jack socket.
Caution: Electrostatic sensitive device, before touching this device discharge your static by touching earthed, bare metal like a water pipe.