adventures in circuit bending, diy electronics and experimental music

Echo Destruktor Mk.II

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The Echo Destruktor Mk.II is the echo circuit from a Barbie Karaoke Machine rewired into a feedback network with the addition of a low pass resonant filter and LFO for modulation. It was commissioned by a London based Reggae DJ after seeing the original Echo Destrucktor I built a few years ago. The case is made from Bubinga wood and the panel is covered with black leatherette.

2 comments on “Echo Destruktor Mk.II

  1. Val
    August 2, 2013

    Hello, sounds interesting. Is this using CD3197 or PT2399 ?

    • asmo23
      August 3, 2013

      Hi, thanks, it’s the CD3197

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