Its Aaalive! Pretty cool, huh? I thought I would have wait for parts, but I stole the eprom and DRAM out of the modulator, and copied my bro's space station eprom, it didn't work at first, I think because the reverberator and modulator were missing some parts, compared to the space station:
C65, C60, and C61 = 10uF 16v tant
R31 = 4.7K, 805 size (surface mount)
[EDIT] the modulator was missing u13, an mc34064 undervoltage reset goodie.
All my fiddling with it must have corrupted something on the eprom the first time, I was totally confused why it wasn't working, tried the newly space stationized eprom in the real space station, it didn't do nothing, I briefly envisioned the conversation breaking the news to my friend that I had killed his new space station. But then I erased it and tried it again, this time with a label on it from the get go, and ta da! I was worried that the DRAM in the reverberator and modulator was too slow, it is the 100ns kind, and the stuff in the space station is 80ns, but it works fine with the 100ns DRAM, soo... Such a weird pedal... my favorite right now is the setting that when you play something, after an amount of time (short or long) it comes back backwards, its better than other reverse delays, because the seam in the blocks of reversed playback is right on the beginning of your note, every time. That sounds confusing, i'm sure. So is this pedal.
Oh, it was fun desoldering the filled in empty socket holes in the modulator, I used the heat gun to heat up the whole section, and then smacked the board on the trash can, flying solder galore!