MEEBLIP DIY SYNTH - control voltage input modifications and explinations/demo





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Published on Jun 25, 2012

this is a demo of modifications to reflex audio's MEEBLIP, single processor simulated analog synth. this thing sounds great-even stock! heavy, raw , angry and full. i did the DIY version and used my own potentiometers and switches. in a 2 u rack first, then after deciding it sounded superb for its price. i bought another diy kit (39.95) and designed a sweet SH style face plate and also added 8 control voltage modifier inputs to it (4 with attenuation and all 8with 5v over-voltage protection). the blip has 8 control pots that share 12 functions via a shift switch. so you have access to 8 or 4 (depending on shift status) with cv in control. ive run 4 cv in allready and it responds like a dream. sharp distinct changes that through its functionality and use-ability about 4 classes higher. (not to mention you can now interface it with all those eurorack/neuvo-modular things now. anyway its a sweet machine that got a bit sweeter with some frankenstein-ing and careful design makeover. i also added a real internal power supply, aluminum case and IEC socket. midi channel is also now switched on the rear rather than the inside.

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