wasp LFO

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fletriste
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wasp LFO

Post by fletriste » Fri Feb 05, 2010 5:25 pm

I have a wasp that has been converted into a 'wasps nest' rack unit. sounds awesome. however, the slowest LFO rate is about 2-3 seconds per cycle.... it goes super fast but not that slow...

i really need it to go to about 6-7 seconds for filter sweeps on acid lines...

but ideally drop down to about 30seconds per cycle for more ambient filter modulations...

i'm hoping it's a pot and not a solder job to do.....

any ideas?

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Re: wasp LFO

Post by atkbg » Fri Feb 05, 2010 8:26 pm

You need to solder in a larger value cap.
Since its a nest already, You could put an additional switch use the original value cap and the new high value cap (slow/fast).

I couldn't find which cap. The schematic on synthdiy is pretty grainy.

I think goes in help though.

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