EHX - Polyphonic Octave Generator (POG)  [schematic]

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EHX - Polyphonic Octave Generator (POG)  [schematic]

Postby analogguru » 01 Sep 2007, 21:22

Funny, what you can find on the web, when you are looking for something completely different:

Electro Harmonix Polyphonic Octave Generator schematic

Interesting: drawn by David Cockerell....

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Postby soulsonic » 01 Sep 2007, 21:31

Interesting. Now, where do I find a BF531SBST? :lol:
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Postby krome_magnon » 01 Sep 2007, 22:38

And what a bit of URL decoding can find one...

Nice find. 8)
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Postby vanessa » 01 Sep 2007, 22:57

krome_magnon wrote:And what a bit of URL decoding can find one...

Nice find. 8)


Sweet!

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Postby bajaman » 01 Sep 2007, 23:00

Hey thanks - what a treasure chest - I downloaded them all :wink: :wink: :wink:
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Postby krome_magnon » 01 Sep 2007, 23:06

bajaman wrote:...I downloaded them all...


Never hurts to get all the information available while it's still available.

They could move it or make it an on demand service or whatever tomorrow and the whole lot would disappear.
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Postby analogguru » 01 Sep 2007, 23:40

I think my "IP-police"-friend PT could get nuts with some of the free-ed IP-content like the tube-zipper or the tube-eq.... :twisted:

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Postby bajaman » 01 Sep 2007, 23:45

and so well drawn too - are they factory schems :wink:
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Postby analogguru » 02 Sep 2007, 00:01

Hey, and the Tube-Blackfinger - where I didn´t waste my time to trace it - is also there..... :roll:

A real nice collection which helps to save a lot of time....

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Postby vanessa » 02 Sep 2007, 00:06

I was interested in a bunch of those, more recently the Pulsar. All are great but the non-dsp's are a little treasure trove.

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Postby soulsonic » 02 Sep 2007, 00:10

Damn, no Tube Brit Muff
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Postby bajaman » 02 Sep 2007, 00:19

Big thank you to AG :wink: :) :D
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Postby soulsonic » 02 Sep 2007, 01:11

Stupid DSP. People are amazed at what the POG can do..... it's just a computer! I wonder what the "Hazarai" opcode is?
They're still cool-sounding effects, but the DSP thing kinda puts it in the same category as some kind of Digitech multi-effector, except it only does one effect. It's cool that they can do that now, but it's not exactly one for analog purists is it?
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Postby celadine » 02 Sep 2007, 19:47

:o Thanks for all those! I wonder when they will make the microsynth digital, like the adrenalinn.
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Postby Dirk_Hendrik » 02 Sep 2007, 21:24

krome_magnon wrote:And what a bit of URL decoding can find one...

Nice find. 8)


After all the IP protective discussions... and "don't post pictures" harrasment.

Damn. I've gotta change underwear. This is so cynical.... so awfully cynical.
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Postby soulsonic » 02 Sep 2007, 21:50

Hmm... I think DSP chips are the ultimate in IP protection. You can't make a copy of the program running on the chip because it would be a clear case of copyright infringement. If people wanted to clone a DSP based effect, they'd have to start from scratch and write their own program to do the same thing.
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Postby analogguru » 02 Sep 2007, 22:35

You can't make a copy of the program running on the chip because it would be a clear case of copyright infringement.


I had a chance to discuss this matter with the guys of alesis about 20 years ago....:

"...You can´t get a copyright for mathematic algorithms...and at least a reverb programm is nothing else than a mathematic algorithm...."

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Postby soulsonic » 02 Sep 2007, 23:30

Let me guess; during your days working for Mr. Behringer? :lol:
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Postby toneman » 05 Sep 2007, 01:20

nice links!! :!:
looks like "factory schemos" !!! :roll:

love the (tube) blackfinger schemo!
good thing I (also) did not rev-eng it.... factory schemo sooooo much better.
now....to mod the glowing Blackfinger with glowing BLUE LEDs <sigh> LOL!!!!!!

Hey, what happened to the FlangerHoax schemo???
seems like it's the ONL(?)Y one missing(??)
ModZERO has about the only gut shots around(?)
GOT Hoax???
Send it here!! :-)

Oh...and if anyone finds the Hot Tubes schemo that would be nice too!! :-)
And, as mentioned previously the tube English Muff'n schemo.
I'm bettin' their all similar....hey, they ALL have 2 12AX7's ! ! !

That way, I can mod my Blackfinger for Overdrive and sell my Hot Tubes.
thanx so much for the links ! ! ! ! !

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