Synth DIY supplier Synthrotek has published tweaks to the Atari Punk Console synth design to turn it into an Atari Punk Bass Console.
The Atari Punk Bass Console uses the same PCB as the original Atari Punk, but with some tweaked parts to kick out deeper frequencies.
The 4093 NAND Synth is a super-modifiable noise generator that will knock your socks off with its sheer amount of sonic potential! Low pulsing drones, random robotic chaos, high-pitched laser sounds – it’s all here in this small package.
A great project to begin your explorations into the world of DIY sound synthesis, the 4093 NAND Synth PCB was designed with the beginner in mind: Board-mountable switches, tension-relief power supplies, socketed IC, hands-on knobs and switches for tone control, and a detailed silkscreen PCB to help you solder components right the first time. An über-cool mod section allows for all kinds of custom control – variable control voltage input, output gating, buffering, modulation; the sky’s the limit with the 4093 NAND Synth PCB.
The 4093 NAND Synth PCB was designed by our electronics engineer Steven here at Synthrotek. Powered by 9V battery, an AC Adapter rated at 5-12V 200mA Center Negative polarity can also be used.