Archive for November, 2014

The dsp-G1 chip re-polished

November 10, 2014

I got some complaints on rough edges and instability on the dsp-G1 chip.

Someone pointed out that it has “clicky” envelopes.

While some may like that because they are fast, the are now gone in the MK-I rev2 chip. It is now as smooth as an analog envelope!

I also got one comment I really liked.

“It sounds very Juno-like”

That’s exactly what I wanted as it’s modeled after the Juno-106.



And the PCB’s from

November 8, 2014

Took only 6 hours from drawing to ready PCB’s

Try that from China 🙂


dsp-Gplug MK-II

November 7, 2014

The dsp-Gplug MK-II will run on the SSOP-16 chip.
Measuring 5mm x 6mm, this chip is even smaller than the dsp-G1 8-pin DIP chip.

The chip makes it the smallest stereo VA-synth in the world for sure!

The MK-II will also be available as a standalone SOIC-20 chip for those you that feel comfortable soldering SMT.


dsp-G1 MK-II SSOP16


Eurorack modular

November 6, 2014

I got into the modular line today and got some panels.

Both the dsp-G1 and the dsp-Mx will be available as modules in eurorack format.

I got some cards up my slew as the dsp-G1 will have some extra ordinary functions in the eurorack format 🙂


The dsp-Gplug source

November 3, 2014

If you want to know how the dsp-Gplug is made, the documentation and source code is now available here: