Lunevibe - A Tremulus Lune / Magnavibe mash-up

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Lunevibe - A Tremulus Lune / Magnavibe mash-up

Postby Nocentelli » 18 Feb 2012, 19:03

The audio section from the Magnavibe driven by an LFO derived from the Tremulus Lune, with vibrato/tremelo switch. Sounds great: Any suggestions for improvements are more than welcome (bear in mind I'm trying to keep it simple-ish!). A vero layout to follow when I've got it verified:

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Re: Lunevibe - A Tremulus Lune / Magnavibe mash-up

Postby Nocentelli » 19 Feb 2012, 21:58

It works:

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Re: Lunevibe - A Tremulus Lune / Magnavibe mash-up

Postby briggs » 19 Feb 2012, 22:25

That looks pretty cool. I like the versatility of the Trem Lune LFO, it's got a huge range of usable settings..
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Re: Lunevibe - A Tremulus Lune / Magnavibe mash-up

Postby kaycee » 20 Feb 2012, 18:16

Funny, I tried the same idea - but didn't like it myself. Also with a couple of other LFO's but nothing sounded quite as good as the original, granted its got limited controls, but it sounds so nice 8)

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My stock one built using your vero, lovin it - thanks for the layout 8)

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Re: Lunevibe - A Tremulus Lune / Magnavibe mash-up

Postby Nocentelli » 20 Feb 2012, 20:11

Great looking pedal! Couple of questions - What's that finish? Did you buy the box like that, or paint it yourself? And what is that cool-looking LED/LED cover?
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Re: Lunevibe - A Tremulus Lune / Magnavibe mash-up

Postby kaycee » 20 Feb 2012, 21:15

Thanks for the kind words mate!

Yes, hand painted with the quick dry enamel paints you can get in Homebase or B&Q in the little pots, Polyvine is the make. The colour is Antique Bronze, some stick on letters from a craft shop and a couple of coats of paint on clear and Roberts yer Dad's brother :wink:

The LED cover is called a 'Fensell' lense, you pop an LED inside, got it from Maplins I think.

Built a couple from your layouts, appreciate you sharing them :thumbsup
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Re: Lunevibe - A Tremulus Lune / Magnavibe mash-up

Postby Nocentelli » 20 Feb 2012, 21:17

You're welcome... Fresnel lens, so that's what they look like. I'm always on the look out for LED mounts, don't really like the usual DIY bezels you get. I used to just have them poking through the box a la frequency central, but I can't get them to stay put.
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Re: Lunevibe - A Tremulus Lune / Magnavibe mash-up

Postby millibobs » 24 Apr 2019, 17:55

Hi Folks

Built took a second attempt at this and can now get signal but LED on board does not light. Also getting loud popping when I flip the SPDT. Speaking of the switch, is this a simple on/on or should it be on/off/on or something else?

It's not a complex circuit and I've checked all the component placings/jumpers and it all seems ok.

Also checked off-board wiring and all seems fine.

The cuts on the board are hard tyo make out in some instances because some of them are hidden behind components - there is no separate page for just cuts. Really keen to finish this and make it work - the OCD is strong in me..............

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