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mini-Qtron or Qtron questions...


 
2/11/2003 9:09 AM
Rewey
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mini-Qtron or Qtron questions...
Hi all,  
 
Well, I just played on my first mini-Qtron today, and I thought it was absolutely brilliant. Now to make one (or die trying!)...  
 
Are there any schems/pcb's, etc... out there to have a crack at it?  
 
Many thanks in advance!  
 
Rewey
 
2/11/2003 3:12 PM
Mark Hammer
The Neutron project at GEOFEX (www.geofex.com) comes very close. You can also try looking at some of the other envelope-controlled filters at JD Sleep's generalguitargadgets site. Take a peek at my paper on the technology of auto-wahs at hammer.ampage.org. That will give you a better sense of what's in there, what to look for, and how to make what you have what you want.
 
 
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2/13/2003 3:31 AM
Loauc
You can also check the supertron, made by Scott Swartz. Very nice and big improvement on the stock design.  
 
http://msswartz.tripod.com/supertron1.htm
 
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