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coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by substyler on Thu Apr 25, 2013 2:58 am

nilsomat wrote:Would it by any chance be possible to add the DR-110 Clap to the board, or to replace the original clap in any way?
the PCB layout is finished and PCBs are in production...
but you can change the components and play with other values so you'll get another sound. take a closer look to the DR-110 service notes and check the clap section.
http://www.synfo.nl/servicemanuals/Boss ... _NOTES.pdf

maybe you can integrate a juice machine and a shaver too :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by lamouette/rck on Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:16 am

hey, just listen that from Mutable instruments forum ! looks so good ! I,M in for one too ! :D

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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by mdisk0 on Thu Apr 25, 2013 9:47 pm

Hello SubStyler,
I'm very very interested in this project,
and I hope I would be in time to get 2 sets of this.

Thanks,
Tetsu
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by substyler on Sat Apr 27, 2013 3:52 am

hi,

there's another fresh and stunning drumsynth from a german engineer and last night I have finished one of the pioneer kits:
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(still no LEDs because I'm thinking about the possibilities for a metal enclosure)

pretty easy to do with a veeery cool sequencer aboard. absolutely great work!
more info at Sonic-Potions dot com

cheers,
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by Jaman on Sat May 04, 2013 7:20 am

The Sonic Potions machine is on my list - but I'm still more intrigued by the 8060 :D

Willing to share any updates?
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by substyler on Sat May 04, 2013 3:27 pm

Jaman wrote:Willing to share any updates?

to be honest... it precedes pretty slowly.
there are some problems with the PCBs (of course :roll: ) and the delimitation factor is time, my time ;)
I'm waiting to get some offers for enclosures/frontplates, electronic parts and things like that.

there's an audio demo: http://www.freecraftia.de/8060_clone_test.mp3
just three instruments - original 808 BD, SD and CH and no cellphone recording :-)
some kind of sound testing, sometimes with a bit of room effect, nothing serious.
but you can hear what this machine can do (if everything's going well)
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by titaanzink on Sat May 04, 2013 8:31 pm

Fantastic initiative. Please count me in for a PCB kit too!
Cheers.
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by Jaman on Sun May 05, 2013 8:41 am

@SubStyler

Thanks - not trying to rush you :)
The audio demo sounds very promising indeed. Will wait patiently..
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by udenjoe on Tue May 07, 2013 1:07 pm

I am interested too. I would like to participate if possible. I have built quite a few project and can always go for more drums.

I've been waiting years on Doug with the 808 clone so I'll have patience with this.

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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by substyler on Sat May 18, 2013 4:32 am

hey guys,

just wanted to let u know that the first batch of PCB is on it's way and should be on my hands around May 22th.
I have also made PCBs for a power supply which you can use with a block- or ring transformer.
the power supply PCB is around 100mm x 30mm without transformer.

cheers,
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by arcjota on Sat May 18, 2013 12:06 pm

First I want to say hello to Forum!

@SubStyler,

your drumsynth sounds really interesting. Is there a waiting list where I can register?

Cheers,
Arc
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by Paradigm X on Mon May 20, 2013 9:30 am

Youre a good man, Substyler :)
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by x-11 on Thu May 23, 2013 2:59 am

Hi Substyler,

Nice job making the overblown roland sounds more accesable:)
I would like to order a pcb/kit from u when u recieve it.
peace Hans
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by Guillaume10 on Sun May 26, 2013 5:39 am

It looks great...you can count me for a kit!!!
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Re: coming soon... TR-8060 Analogue Drumsynth

by substyler on Mon May 27, 2013 6:47 am

hehe... i cannot post the website for the drumsynth... because my real name is banned here due to spam.
but my first name is c_h_r_i_s_t_i_a_n and the domain has my name in it :mrgreen:
ok, so I have to think about another domain...
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