DIY BBD Delay/Flanger
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- 4092 stage BBD
- Up to 300ms delay time
- Delay time CV input with an attenuator
- Feedback Send-Return circuit for external effects
- Built in LFO with dedicated output
- Two customizable feedback overdrive flavours
- LP filter on the output with selectable cutoff
- Dedicated Wet output
The module has built in LFO with selectable shape and dedicated LFO output, delay time CV input with an attenuator, selectable feedback overdrive and feedback Send-Return connectors, so you can apply external effects on feedback signal. Maximums feedback settings put the module in self oscillation, so it can be used as an experimental sound source, as well.
|Max delay time||300 ms|
|Audio output amplitude||10V ptp|
|CV amplitude (full span)||-5 - +5V|
|Panel width||14 HP|
|Module depth||45 mm|
|Power consumption||30mA @+12V; 20mA @-12V|
Effective January 1 2021 Erica Synths will not provide technical support for DIY projects. As all Erica Synths DIY Kits are now sold out, we offer them as opensource build projects on Github. If you have trouble with building any of Erica Synths DIY projects, please, for advice & support refer to forums & DIY community. All the rare components are available at largest DIY retailers or here.
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