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From classic electro snares to warping, alien percussion, the Mutant Snare is a radical departure from the static sounds of the 808!
MIX and DRIVE
- MIX lets you blend between the SHELL and SNAPPY tones that make up the overall snare drum
- turn up the DRIVE to get overdriven snare tones with intense harmonics. The purple LED indicates when the snare begins to overdrive
- like the other Mutant Drums, signal levels have been normalized for modular level input and output (up to 20Vpp)
SHELL synthesizes the drum skins
- analog bridged-t sinewave oscillators, for those organic-sounding tones we've come to love from the 808
- TONE control blends between the two sinewaves of different frequency
- SHELL PITCH lets you tune one of the sine waves, to change the pitch of your snare drum
SNAPPY adds some noise to the snare
- an analog white noise generator feeds the SNAPPY circuit
- an external input lets you patch any sound source you like into the SNAPPY generator
- voltage control of SNAPPY decay
- SNAPPY feeds into an analog selectable high-pass or band-pass filter
- voltage control of filter cutoff frequency
- when nothing is plugged into the cutoff CV input, the SNAPPY envelope OR the adjustable sinewave from the SHELL generator normalize through the CV attenuverter for cutoff CV. A jumper on the back of the module allows you to select which of these internal modulation signals are routed here.
- filter has three resonance settings: classic 808 (low resonance), high resonance, and self oscillation
- bipolar attenuators (aka: 'attenuverters') on CV inputs
Specs & Downloads
Specs & Downloads
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Customer Reviews (1)
- nice and snappy!Review by jstory
just finished this build last night. great sounding snare / noise module. The external input for the snappy section is a nice addition.
the build guide was really well done. nice HQ pics to follow the build.
it was a pretty tedious assembly with a lot of small solder points, but well worth it in the end! (Posted on 1/9/2017)