Death by Audioo - Reverberation Machine  [traced]

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Re: Death by Audioo - Reverberation Machine

Postby notnews32 » 05 Jan 2016, 22:33

audioguy wrote:2 quick questions..
Has anyone got a source for the TLC27M4ALN? I've googled for a while and came up with just datasheets
Has anyone validated Storyboardists layout?


I think the vero misnamed the chip, it should be AiN, not ALN.. check Mouser or Ebay for that and you'll find it.

Has anyone successfully replaced the TLC27 with a TL074?

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Re: Death by Audioo - Reverberation Machine

Postby notnews32 » 15 Jan 2016, 18:23

Hey guys, just bumping this up one more time to see if anyone replaced the AIN IC with another and had successful results. I read on Tagboard (I think) in one case a TL074 was used and things turned out well... was hoping I could get confirmation before I order the AiN IC.

Also have everything I need to set up the dual controls layout, 2 of each pot and a stomp to toggle between both the A and B settings.. so excited to get this going. Just got the long belton in the mail but forgot to order the AiN IC.
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Re: Death by Audioo - Reverberation Machine

Postby idy » 17 Jan 2016, 21:08

Read the first page of this thread. The distortion characteristics of this opamp are discussed vs the usual TL7x. It is where the lo-fi noisey stuff comes from. If you don't want that, you don't want this pedal.
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Re: Death by Audioo - Reverberation Machine

Postby fakcior » 18 Jan 2016, 17:55

What about TL274C?
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Re: Death by Audioo - Reverberation Machine

Postby Glass_Hero » 19 Jan 2016, 02:09

fakcior wrote:What about TL274C?


thats what i used..
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Re: Death by Audioo - Reverberation Machine

Postby fakcior » 20 Jan 2016, 19:27

Glass_Hero wrote:
fakcior wrote:What about TL274C?


thats what i used..


Does it sound like an original, I mean Lo-Fi?
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Re: Death by Audioo - Reverberation Machine

Postby Addy Bart » 31 Jul 2016, 05:19

The sunshine part of the circuit didn't sound right (it was far too subtle) so I tried swapping the 100k resistor there for lower values, eventually settling for 4k7. Give it a try if you have the same problem.
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Re: Death by Audioo - Reverberation Machine

Postby KoenT » 23 Jul 2018, 09:30

I've been trying to add a buffered feedback/dwell to the reverberation but with no luck. I don't have enough knowledge about circuitry to do this probably. Did anybody else try this successfully? I don't want the feedback/dwell to be influenced by the gain or blend control. I am using the second last amz buffer (http://www.muzique.com/lab/buffers.htm), 2 of them with a level control in between.
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