Guilty synth pleasures #1: “The Sneaky Panther”

IN the style of Jean-Jacque Perrey and a zillion other “Moog” artists from the late 1960s and early 1970s, “Synthmania” has posted this most excellent piece using his synthesizers.com modular. This silly little ditty is unashamedly nostalgic and more than a little playful, and the author even shares a little explanation of how it was created. Enjoy.

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Liquid High Hat rev.3 PCBs $15

I’ve been wanting to build this interesting voltage-controlled noise source for a while, and now boards are available from hexinverter.net for a modest $15.

From the site:

The Liquid High Hat is a voltage controlled noise module designed by Ryk John Miller Thekreator. It is capable of producing high-hat sounds, but is also usable for other noise generation via control voltage. It is designed to run on 9/12/15V split supply, so should work with most any modular setup. It is comprised of very common parts, so there is no need for hunting down obscure/rare parts.

Hex Inverter Electronics has designed a circuit board for this cool project, to make it available for everyone.

UPDATE: Matrixsynth posted a demo video (not the greatest demo but you’ll get the idea)