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The DIY Synth kit is planned for experienced users only who are familiar with both electronics and analog synthesizers. It is definitely unsuitable for beginners!

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For example we will not be able to offer the service to repair a customers assembly if it does not work as it should, or to make individual suggestions how to wire the board for special
applications. We have to emphasize this fact very clearly in advance to avoid unsatisfied customers who will have problems getting their synth to run. Of course we will publish a detailed list that explains the function of each pin and a suggestion how to use this pin.
The DIY synth is the beginning of a a new product line: a low cost DIY kit to build a full-fledged analog synthesizer. The kit is made of an assembled and tested pc board that includes all that is necessary to build a standard analog synthesizer:
VCO:
    Sawtooth output
    Rectangle output (with variable pulse width)
    Four frequency CV inputs (1V/octave with tempco option)
    Frequency CV summing input (can be used to increase the number of CV inputs if more than four frequency CV inputs are required)
    Two PW/PWM CV inputs
    PW CV summing input (can be used to increase the number of CV inputs if more than two PW CV inputs are required)
    Linear FM input
    Hard sync input
VCF:
    Multimode filter
    lowpass, highpass and bandpass output (optional low-notch-highpass with external potentiometer)
    12dB/oct
    Two frequency CV inputs (one roughly 1V/octave, one roughly 0.5V/octave)
    Frequency CV summing input (can be used to increase the number of CV inputs if more than two frequency CV inputs are required)
    Audio input
    Audio summing input (can be used if more than one audio input is required)
    Overdrive/distortion possible
    Manual resonance control
    Resonance up to self oscillation
VCA:
    Exponential control scale
    One CV input
    CV summing input (can be used  if more than one CV input is required)
    Two audio inputs
    Audio summing input (can be used if more than two audio inputs are required)
    Overdrive/distortion possible
    Audio output
ADSR:
    Connection for attack, decay, sustain and release controls
    Connection for range switch (3 ranges)
    Connection for LED display  
    Gate Input
    ADSR output
LFO:
    Connection for frequency control
    Connection for range switch (3 ranges)
    Connection for LED display
    Triangle and rectangle outputs
Slew Limiter:
    Connection for slew control
    Input
    Output
Inverter
    Input  
    Summing input (can be used to increase the number of inputs, e.g. to built an inverting mixer)
    Output  
Remark: The summing inputs (VCO frequency CV sum, VCO PW CV sum, VCF frequency CV sum, VCF audio sum, VCA CV sum, VCA audio sum) can be used to increase the number of CV or audio inputs if the available number of inputs is not sufficient. The additional inputs have to be connected to the sum input in question via serial resistors. The value of the resistor in question defines the sensitivity of the corresponding CV or audio input.
Additionally required resistors are not included with the kit!