February 22, 2017
New chip for 2017!
The JVS-01 is a semi-analog synthesizer voice in a 8-pin DIP.
The chip implements a Juno-style synthesizer voice with a saw integrator DCO, 24dB lowpass biquad filter with resonance, DCA with 1024 level amplitude control and a 512 stage DDL Chorus.
The chorus can be turned on or off.
The signal chain is 96dB 16-bit DSP and the DAC runs a 1MHz PDM signal.
Internal processing is done at a 66KHz sample rate.
The chip can be used as a voice chip for an analog voltage controlled synthesizer.
All CV inputs handle positive 0-5 volt input and the DCO pitch conforms to a 1v/Oct frequency response, 5 octaves, 61Hz – 2KHz range.
Order the JVS-01 Chip $30
January 3, 2017
The STL-files for 3D printing your own casing for the Tiny-TS are now released at:
December 28, 2016
Here is the panel layout of the upcoming 2-operator FM firmware for the Tiny-TS.
December 26, 2016
The Tiny-TS is only monophonic and doesn’t have an arpeggiator.
But with the v1.1 firmware it now also handles CV and Gate input from a sequencer to make it play arpeggios.
On startup it checks if the Gate output is grounded.
If it is it reverses the CV/Gate ports to inputs.
The Gate now triggers the envelope and the CV input shifts an octave up on the keyboard.
You can now play arpeggios.
December 21, 2016
Working on the STL-file for 3D printing the casing for the Tiny-TS synthesizer.
December 16, 2016
There is now an alternate firmware for the Tiny-TS credit card synthesizer.
It features a 2 operator FM sound engine instead of the original Resonant peak engine.
The Tiny-TS is available at Kickstart
December 15, 2016
The Tiny-TS synth is 95% funded on Kickstarter with 23 days left of the campaign.
So pledge the final 5% and you will most certainly get your Tiny-TS synth.
When the Kickstarter is funded additional firmware will be released.
One firmware makes the gate output into a MIDI output instead for controlling MIDI-Synthesizers.
And also a new sound engine with a 2-operator FM synth.