…and my sweet Lord, does it make her shine!
Nothing fancy here. After inserting the booster/overdrive in between VCO and filter section, I took another of those lovely Musikding.de kits for a phaser, built it, drilled some holes into Jenny’s housing and fitted it.
I have been using Jenny as a bass synth recently, and I am quite impressed by the quantities of life and fun this old machine is adding to the mix. She doesn’t do that much in terms of tonal range, but what she does, she does well.
Drilling holes in Jenny’s front
I rediscovered an old trick when drilling metal: use a bit of alcohol, not on the person drilling, but on the surface you want to drill. And don’t go too fast.
- A Pre-Filter Booster Stage for Jenny (Monday, 5. November 2018; Schlagworte: analog synthesizer, DIY, Jen SX-1000, Modding, monosynth, synthesizers)
- Reviving Jenny, or: contacts cooked to life (Monday, 2. February 2015; Schlagworte: analog, Jen SX-1000, Modding, monosynth, Synthetone)
- MIDIfying Jenny – A Call To Arms (Sunday, 20. August 2017; Schlagworte: Arduino, Jen SX-1000, Midi, MIDI Controller, Teensy)
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