Mad Science Lab

2009 Now at a new web site

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Mad Science Lab is dedicated to producing unique digital and analog products for manipulating audio. These products are designed and created by James Gideon. Clicking on an image on this page will take you to additional information about the unit.

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Above the SSM1, a single voltage controlled filter with voltage control of the frequency cut off of the filter as well as the resonance amount. Based on the layout of Synthesis Technology MOTM style modular synths. This product has one SSM 2040 low pass filter that is based on early synth designs by Emu Systems. This project is in its third board revision. (Click on picture for more info)

This was an open source project. I provided the circuit board only.

SSM1 Status 2014---All 10 boards have been built or sold. A successful project

Above the SSM2, a dual voltage controlled filter with two low frequency oscillators that can modulate the frequency cut off of the filter as well as the resonance amount. This product has two SSM 2040 low pass filters that are based on early synth designs by Emu Systems. This project is in its second board revision. (Click on picture for more info)

SSM2 Status No longer in production

5/2007 ---The third revision boards are now fully tested. The SSM 2 is not really feasible as a profitable product due to wiring and complexity, but it is something I will enjoy using.

 

Older Projects No longer in production

The two units below are single voltage controlled low pass filters based on the SSM 2040 filter chip.

Below a basic dual low frequency oscillator. Each oscillator produces a square triangle and sine wave.
 
 
Above the older single filter on the left and the latest Dual version on the right.

Circuit Boards Designed

Classic Filter Theory Bi Quad (lots of math)

send comments or questions to james AT siliconbreakdown.com (replace AT with @)

2009 Now at a new web site

madScienceLab.com