Decided to try zSHARE. We'll see how it works.
Demolition clip 1:Sewer Pipes Demolition Clip.mp3 - 1.22MB
Riff from one of our songs, recorded on Acid (Pro 6), Ibanez Soundgear GSR205 straight into the Sewer, out to a DOD FX91 set up as a flat booster, to the comp through a ST Audio ADC&DAC2000. But does all
of that matter? Probably not, lol...
2: SP, knob at '0'
3: SP, knob at about 11 o'clock
4: SP, full on, "cranked to 11!!"
Also, since I had it all hooked up, here's the Bazz Fuss in front of the Pipes:
(same effect order, but I did someone else's song in 4 sections so you can hear how this reacts to higher frequency content)Sewer Pipes Bazz Demolition Clip.mp3 - 1.29MB
In hindsight, this could probably be a better sweep with a log pot. Also, in the schem, the output cap should be .1uF
, not 1uF. Also, I found that in the mod (which is kind of a subtler mod), a 4.7k works a little better than a 10k. The 50k pot is still ok, unless you have one that is around 75k or so.
Oh yeah... I found something out tonight... this did NOT like me turning down my tone control (it would start oscillating and go into runaway feedback), so this could definitely benefit from a simple input buffer, or coming after a buffered effect. This entire circuit is basically relying on feedback to cause effect to the audio signal... kind of like a gyrator. The 33k resistor controls how much total resonance you get, and if you want a noise machine, drop it to 22k-10k. Then you go the sweep I demo'd, all the way to oscillations that you can control with the knob.
So whatcha think?