This Kinkilin has EXP/CV control jacks for delay time, feedback, noise, rate, modulation amount and mix, the extra toggles are to assign both the dry and delay voice to the mix cv. In the video demo of it, the ehx 8 steps is feeding a bandwidth that is controlling the feedback and the delay time, while a broadcast is into the mix cv jack. All the cv inputs are independent so you can use only one at a given time, 2 or 3, all of them or none.
So I got a request to build another custom Robotum, the artwork was acid etched for a post-industrial robot riot look. Dual carrier knobs for hi/lo ranges (it can get in fuzzed choppy/stutter tremolo sounds in the the low range), I added another toggle switch so you can change the voicing of the oscillation, which you can fine tune with the knob and activate momentarily with the first footswitch to send some messages to the space. Here’s a video of the first one done by oscillation overlord I Error.
An oscillation connoisseur requested a robotum with the option that the carrier went into low frequencies so it can create trem type tones, along with the high frequency madness for robot-gonk tones. So this was created, the toggle sets the range of carrier frequency, it also has an extra knob to set the frequency, so it can tune it’s frequency in the high range and just move the toggle for another but lower freq range. But it didn’t end there, since he likes so much oscillation, there’s a momentary switch that activates/morph/transform the carrier frequency adding some subtle elements and not so subtle timbres, so if you press fast enough you can get some pseudo square lfo modulation of the carrier, crazy arpegiations or the sounds of cyborg whales. I did some quick videos (for instagram, sorry for the camera movement).
This is a custom version of the Broadcast, there are 3 independent channels, with the option that the output is the internal LFO or external CV input or expression pedal. Outs 1 and 2 have footswitches, while the the out 3 has a toggle to assign the desired output. The rate / tap ratios can be synced and controlled manually via the expression / cv in (has a toggle to disable this option), also the range of the out 1 can be controlled via the exp / cv in. CV out in case you need more outs.
This is a custom 5 channel Bandwidth CV/Expression splitter, each out is a 0-5v CV output signal, it has 2 inputs 1/4 sources (CV in and CV aux) that are routed into each out via the little toggles (you can distribute as you want), the knobs allows control over the amount of sweep that will be going into the output (and the led will show the movement for a visual help), so you can sync multiple parameters movement from just one source. There is an extra toggle that bypasses the CV aux and enable the knob on the side for the tabletop enthusiast that also like to sweep manually in certain spots. For example if you have a sine wave going from 0 to 5v, you can fine tune one out to go from 2v to 3v sweep, while other is is just moving from 1v to 2v and all synced to the original sweep (so no longer you need to be ultra precise to manipulate those sweet spots).
A pair of custom broadbands, this units allows to control up to 3 expression jacks / parameter simultaneously and independently, and the range of each can be set by the user via the knobs, it was requested that the first output has an extra toggle for an inverted sweep (change the direction of the sweep based on the input) and have an extra CV out, so from one expression pedal or cv source it could sync up to 6 expression jacks / parameters (connecting both broadbands). With the inverted sweep it could create Fade In / Fade Out from 2 sources or ping pong pan effect.
I got a request to built a broadcast with the option of being able to sync the tap tempo part of the lfo with an external click instead of taping a switch. There’s a jack on tap where a cable is plugged with the click or a metronome, and when the pedal is in tap mode it will sync (and re-sync so it will stay with the beat), when nothing is plugged in the jack there’s a tap switch available. Other stuff was the invert toggle switch, it changes the sweep direction (so when the wave was up it will be down and vice versa), Exp/CV IN for manual sweep and control of the rate/tap ratios and also the range. CV out to expand via the broadband and bandwidth for more options.
This was an used gyroscope that was updated to instead of have the expression jack to control the speed or tap ratios, it will provide a CV (control voltage) of the internal tap tempo LFO, an additional knob was added to control the amount range of the CV out, also a toggle switch to fine tune the amount in the early range and another toggle to change the sweep. Here’s a quick video of it in action, the signal is a vco (which the cv is synced to change its frequency) going into the gyroscope.
This is a custom Copilot Fx Broadcast with 3 independent outputs, this unit allows the user to control in real time 3 expression jacks inputs, giving the control and flexibility to shape the amount of sweep to your liking. The user requested a blank pink case (no artwork / silk screen). It has 3 independent expression outputs, each out has the option to be modulated via the internal LFO (each one has range and aux controls to give you the option to mold the amount of sweep to your preference) or manually (by the source at the cv/exp in jack it could be an expression pedal or cv source; with nothing plugged in the jack , it will be like an expression pedal in the toe down position), so you can have an LFO at the out 1 and 2, while output 3 is controlled via an expression pedal.
Outputs 1 and 2 have footswitches to allow real time control while the 3rd output is via a toggle switch. Also the speed of the LFO or the tap multiplier rates can be controlled via the expression / cv input, and the range / amount of the output 1 can be synced to the expression / cv input, giving more options, an extra CV output jack can feed a broadband or bandwidth in case you need more outputs.
Wobbledzilla, it is a custom pedal requested by an avid and awesome copilot fx user with the idea to recreate some bass wobble sounds, it’s a combination of a multi voice octave down, a lo fi ring mod, gated fuzz + triggered vco and a filter, there’s a universal cv input that will allow to sync one parameter for each effect. All the effects have their own footswitch so you can mix and match to your preference, plus a a master bypass footswitch to help with the pedal / tap dance. Using an external cv lfo you can get some interesting wobble type sounds and endless possibilities for synthy type sounds. So you got 21 knobs / 5 toggle switches / 5 footswitches / 1 cv in jack.