I'm trying this with a and second stage is incredibly gated. It takes an additional gain of 10 from a pedal to get a steady signal through. I've got the pinout right, stage 1 sounds great just like the Anderton TSF. I've tried a bunch of different values for R4. Any suggestions? Hi, Fun to see that someone is actually reading this and playing around with it.
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Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Did you miss your activation email? Home Help Login Register. Author Topic: cd's good for fuzz? Read times. Hi, it's functional the same as a Some say the has less hiss than the ub Mark Hammer more Poster2 Posts: Total likes: I started a joke, which started the whole world laughing - Bee Gees "You're going to look like a bunch of jerks.
Pierce Oww-owh, but I couldn't see, that the joke was on me oww-oh - Bee Gees. The is a level converter. Used for interfacing different logic-families or supply voltages. The level-conversion capability makes the input a bit different from the Extra zener-diode, clamping and buffering..
I think The is only buffered once per gate. And the clips symmetrically, asymmetrically. Get datasheets from different manufacturers and compare the info. Also, Gm is a direct function of supply voltage, frequency, loading..
So to do any kind of precise analysis you'll have to measure and plot the data yourself.. I was experimenting a lot with CMOS-amps some time ago. Seems to me that the differences between the chips depend a lot on the circuit they're used in. Other circuits sound depend on what chip is used. B Tremblay Poster2 Posts: Total likes: 48 runoffgroove. B Tremblay runoffgroove. Look like you've got it right to me, except the unused outputs pins 8, 10 and 12 shouldn't be connected to anything.
Yeah the fat side of the triangle is in the pointy side is out, the odd pins are in and the even numbered pin below it is out. You could try an extra stage, same as the second one, it might add more distortion though rather than act as a volume boost. I can attest it is possible to make stuff with the buffered versions, but they don't behave well. Quote from: pinkjimiphoton on February 19, , PM.
WOW, it's been a productive day. Tonemonger member2 Posts: Total likes: 0 Johnny. B - Tasmania yes really! Looks promising - Cant wait for a Pedal Tricks clip! I've been racking My brain and wading through a drawer full of USB sticks to no avail thus far.
But , I'm sure on of the little 70's British mono-synths had a filter based around a and not much else. Ofcourse it would have used a dual supply - But , It could yield a few ideas If I could only remember where I saw it! I'm a big fan of invertor-based overdrive. There is a certain quality of grunt to it that one tends not to get by other means. Personally, I like to feed the first invertor with an op-amp signal, and smack it harder, rather than aiming for more gain within the invertor sections themselves.
My reasoning is that I have better control of the bandwidth properties that way. And I just like the tone better. But of course, in the world of harmonic content, personal taste is everything. I'll also put in a word for pre-clip resonant boosts. Not that you are any noobie here, but there are some with VERY long memories.
Are you familiar with any of Frank Clarke's "Hot Harmonics" that use s? SMF 2.
CMOS Hex Non-Inverting Buffer/Converter