Steiner-Parker VCF

Timo Rozendal's DIY Eurorack Kit for the YuSynth Steiner-Parker VCF.

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From Yves Usson/YuSynth:

This is my latest take at the Steiner-Parker VCF, in which I tried to improve the design in order to correct some flaws of the original design : scratchy resonance potentiometer, untamed auto-oscillation.

From Timo Rozendal:

Changes from original design: 
- no switch but separate buffered input for every mode (LP,HP,BP), 
- lowpass input is normalled to highpass and bandpass, so you can e.g. transition smoothly between high and lowpass with the knobs 
- 'tweak' resistors are replaced by trimpots 
- added decoupling capacitors for ic's 
- added a flexible footprint for the matched transistors, I tested it with THAT300, AS394 (Letvian LM394 clone), 2n3904 and BC547 (I don't hink the original 2SC1583 will fit) 
- provided panel pcb, so no wiring required 

The inputs have enough gain to overdrive a normal signal in the filter. 
The resonance is still a bit untamed and chaotic and not so useful for melodies (plus it won't self resonate at low frequencies, a known trait of this filtertype) 

Specs & Downloads

Specs & Downloads

Manufacturer Timo Rozendal
HP 8
Depth 43mm
+12V 13mA
-12V 6mA
+5V No
Additional Resources Build Guide


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