Wednesday, September 19, 2007

New DIY PCB for your MOTM?

MOTM user, DIY designer and musician Jurgen Haible is in the process of designing a new PCB for a unique phaser, cloning the phasers used by the likes of Klaus Schultze, Tangerine Dream, and was responsible for the further definition of the 'Berlin School' sound.

You can find information about an earlier version of this phaser and this one at: Haible's Phaser
Sound samples are here, taken from his 2000 album Dark November:

fairly tame at first
Here it is opening up and the unique resonance is audible
More phaser fun

great stuff, and would be great to design a MOTM style frontpanel via front panel express, or Stooge panels (see link in my column on the right). I love the sound if this thing ;-)

T J

2 Comments:

Blogger synthetic said...

If Stooge Panels or Brdiechamber offer a front panel then I will almost certainly build one. Maybe I'll build an Equinox as well for super-stereo phasing.

6:48 PM  
Blogger K2K Koos said...

I asked Haible, and he is not going to offer kits, or front panels, just the PCB, so it will come down to the DIY'er to collect all parts etc, and design a front panel. There are MOTM templates out there, so perhaps one of these can be a basis for a good design. I'll be asking Front panel express if they intend on offering something for this :-)

7:36 PM  

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