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The Sound of Logic: Klangorium

A logic chip noise synth workshop featuring the Klangorium

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Project page for 'The Sound of Logic' workshop featuring the single-board logic noise modular synth, 'Klangorium' designed by Elliot Williams.

We have updated some parts footprints, and will have a complete BOM for the board.

Anyone with prior experience with the Klangorium, please comment below with any other suggested improvements!

PCB

https://github.com/wero1414/klangorium/tree/master

BOM

https://www.digikey.com/en/mylists/list/NM94VYBRVZ

  • 18 × C322C104M5U5TA CAP CER 0.1UF 50V Z5U RADIAL KEMET
  • 2 × C322C105M5U5TA CAP CER 1UF 50V Z5U RADIAL KEMET
  • 1 × C322C103M5U5TA CAP CER 10000PF 20% 50V Z5U RAD KEMET
  • 3 × 870055673001 CAP ALUM POLY 10UF 20% 35V T/H Würth Elektronik
  • 2 × RPA0609101M025B CAP ALUM 100UF 20% 25V TH KYOCERA AVX

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davedarko wrote 06/07/2024 at 12:59 point

I had built one of the OG PCBs that Elliot handed me and I think the biggest issue I had with was that the output wasn't buffered iirc. so when connecting it with other stuff it got hot in places. 

I love the color silkscreen, definitely the right PCB for it!

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Richard Hogben wrote 06/07/2024 at 13:40 point

Good to know, so adding an opamp in the aux out section?

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davedarko wrote 5 days ago point

I never tried it, but I guess a tl072 like Sam used here would make sense https://www.lookmumnocomputer.com/cem-3340-diy-simple

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