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Make: Analog Synthesizers [Paperback]

Ray Wilson
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Table of Contents

Dedication; Preface; How I Got Started; My Electronic Roots; Music From Outer Space; What You Should Know; What’s Next?; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Examples; Safari® Books Online; How to Contact Us; Chapter 1: What Is Synth-DIY?; 1.1 A Bit of Analog Synthesizer Etymology; 1.2 What Can I Build?; 1.3 How Far Can I Go?; Chapter 2: Tooling Up for Building Analog Synths; 2.1 Instrumenting Your Workbench; 2.2 The Oscilloscope; 2.3 The Digital Multimeter (DM); 2.4 Logic Probe; 2.5 The Bench Power Supply; 2.6 Some Nice-to-Haves; 2.7 Tips for Reliable Soldering; 2.8 Obtaining Electronic Components; 2.9 Troubleshooting Tips; Chapter 3: Analog Synthesizer Building Blocks; 3.1 Three Configurations: Normalized, Modular, and Hybrid; 3.2 Voltage Control analog synthesizersvoltage control of; 3.3 The Voltage-Controlled Oscillator (VCO); 3.4 The Voltage-Controlled Filter (VCF); 3.5 The Voltage-Controlled Amplifier (VCA); 3.6 The Low-Frequency Oscillator (LFO) LFO modules; 3.7 The Keyboard Controller; 3.8 The Envelope Generator (EG); 3.9 The White Noise Generator; 3.10 The Sample and Hold (S&H); 3.11 Audio and DC Signal Mixers; 3.12 The Ring Modulator; 3.13 The Voltage Sequencer; 3.14 Putting It All Together; Chapter 4: Make the Noise Toaster Analog Sound Synthesizer; 4.1 Noise Toaster Block Diagram Noise Toastercomponents of MFOS Noise Toaster Noise Toaster; 4.2 Building the Noise Toaster; 4.3 Testing the Noise Toaster; Chapter 5: The Incredible Op Amp; 5.1 Op Amps as Amplifiers; 5.2 Negative Feedback Demystified; 5.3 Op Amps as Comparators op ampsas comparators feedback resistors (RFBs); 5.4 Positive Feedback (Hysteresis); Chapter 6: How the Noise Toaster Works; 6.1 The Noise Toaster Schematics; Chapter 7: Your Electronic Music Studio; 7.1 Connecting a Project to Your Computer’s Sound Card; 7.2 Introducing Audacity Audacityintroduction; 7.3 Recording Exercises; A Field Guide to Op Amp Circuit Applications; Buffers buffers op ampsbuffers for; Comparators; Signal Mixing audio signal mixers op ampsaudio mixers; Simple but Useful Op Amp Oscillators; Digital-to-Analog Conversion Using Binarily Weighted Resistors or the R/2R Resistor Ladder; Light Up Your Synth with LEDs; The LM13700; LM13700 Manufacturers; LM13700 Chip Details; Three Examples of LM13700 Circuits; A Simple State-Variable VCF; A Triangle-to-Sine Converter; Working with CMOS Logic Chips; Logic Chips in Synth-DIY; Index; Colophon;|

  • Dedication
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: What Is Synth-DIY?
  • Chapter 2: Tooling Up for Building Analog Synths
  • Chapter 3: Analog Synthesizer Building Blocks
  • Chapter 4: Make the Noise Toaster Analog Sound Synthesizer
  • Chapter 5: The Incredible Op Amp
  • Chapter 6: How the Noise Toaster Works
  • Chapter 7: Your Electronic Music Studio
  • A Field Guide to Op Amp Circuit Applications
  • The LM13700
  • Working with CMOS Logic Chips
  • Index
  • Colophon

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