Published on Jan 21, 2019 JAkoGreyshire
“Two PT2399 delay chips in series and four feedback loops! Well, this module can do some cool things to audio that is fed into it, but I get lost in it for hours with nothing in its input. So, here is an example of a few of the sonic possibilities.
-One module challenge- Nonlinearcircuits Delay No More”
Published on Jan 4, 2019 cirtcele
“This module takes the classic Sprott jerk circuit and replaces all the resistors with LDRs…..a 7 way vactrol.”
“This module takes the classic Sprott jerk circuit and replaces all the resistors with LDRs…..a 7 way vactrol. This means the brightness of the LED in the giant vactrol controls the frequency of the circuit.
It is a very easy build and will
Published on Jan 4, 2019 cirtcele
“This is an expansion of Primal Hyperchaos, based on the description in a paper by C Li, et al. The internal signum switch has been brought out to the panel. It can be used as a stand-alone switch (don’t expect it to be clean and nice) or it can be used to inject signals into the hyperchaos circuit or control the switching of the hyperchaos.”
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Published on Jan 4, 2019
“This module is made of 3 neuron circuits and a difference rectifier.”
“GEneralized Nonlinear Extrapolator
This module is made of 3 neuron circuits and a difference rectifier. The neuron outputs are fed to the switching pins of the next neuron’s attenuated input; 1>2, 2>3, 3>1. This means the circuit will work with a single input signal, delivering all kinds of
Published on Jan 3, 2019 cirtcele
“Analogue circuit designed to simulate a digital filter….sort of. Starts slowly, jump to the 2nd half to get a real taste for it.”
“This module is based on ideas presented in a 1969 IEEE paper titled – Hybrid Implementation for Sampled-data controllers. The paper presents the canonical form of a generalised digital filter made using
Published on Dec 3, 2018 Tom Whitwell
“Genius synth designer Andrew Fitch from Nonlinearcircuits appeared at CV Freqs, the London Modular Meet via Skype from his workshop in Perth, Australia.
A couple of days beforehand, I (Tom from Music Thing Modular) did this test interview with him to check the whole system worked. We talked about chaos, clutter, the amazing Perth DIY scene and the best
Published on Nov 28, 2018 Outsider Sound Design
“Sound design test with NonLinear Circuits Brain Custard, Quad Jerk Chaos, and 1050 Seq/Mix modules.
The purpose of ‘TEST SERIES’ is to focus on the sound design possibilities of various gear combinations. This series is not musical nor does it serve as an instructional video. It is all about sound potential.
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Published on Nov 19, 2018 voltlife
“Deep drones and burbly feedback give an underwater feel to this dark ambient generative patch.
The only sound source is the E352 Cloud Terrarium, in the new detune mode. A Triple Sloth slowly modulates both wavetables, plus the detune for the second output, which is set to octave/4th/5th mode to create shifting intervals. The outputs are mixed into a Verbos
Published on Nov 12, 2018 cirtcele
“Various snippets from testing and honing this circuit over the past few weeks. As the name describes, it is an analogue circuit designed to simulate a digital filter – badly. It is not capacitor based but uses shift registers and feedback to do its thing. More info and the module coming soon.”
dual LPG 1 Published on Oct 4, 2018 cirtcele
“Dual Low Pass Gate – pretty standard except it uses the black box vactrol method seen in the Shat-noir Phaser and Noiro-ze VCF/VCA. DG analogue switches are used for changing between filter and gate modes.”
Dual Low Pass Gate – pretty standard except it uses the black box vactrol method seen in the Shat-noir Phaser and