Fixed Rack (Doepfer Inspired)

Fixed rack for learning the basics. Inspired by Doepfer’s A-100 Basic Systems 1 & 2 plus some extras. Lots of VCAs and I prefer multiples to Ctrl-clicking (stackables). I use Bogaudio largely for its low footprint on my low-powered system.

v1.1 Removed a VCA and added a Octave switch for sequencing.

v1.2 Swapped the dual-VCAs for singles (one with another BGA VCAmp, which is the only VCA I’ve found that acutally boosts a signal). Plus moved things around slightly.

v1.3 Removed 2 VCAs. Added a Limitter. Replaced one of the Mixers with a Befaco version. Replaced one of the LFOs with the Fundamental LFO-1 for CV. Added another Slew Limiter. Added one of the Fundamental ADSRs for CV. And added a Panner.

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  • Revision: 1.3
  • License: WTFPL
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  • Modified: 12 months ago
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3 comments on “Fixed Rack (Doepfer Inspired)
  • impostoroks on said:

    I went with the Autodafe one because it’s similarity to Doepfer’s A-160-1 Clock/Trigger Divider. The one thing in Doepfer’s Basic Systems that I haven’t been able to wrap my head around enough to find a suitable replacement for is the A-161 Clock/Trigger Sequencer which hardwires into the A-160-1.

  • mrgnz on said:

    Seems reasonable. I am having trouble with the autodafe modules though. Therefore I just replaced it.

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