Shoot The Moon LFO?

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Shoot The Moon LFO?

Kinski
Is there a layout for this anywhere? I've been looking and can't seem to find it.

I'd love to isolate the LFO from the Shoot The Moon tremolo. Depth Speed and Wave. Its so nice sounding, I think it would be great to use on a number of circuits.

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Kinski
Okay, here is a verified adapted solo version of the shoot the moon LFO. Anyone up for doing a layout for this? It's beyond my abilities, sadly.

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rocket88
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hey man,i've actually it done for you, but one question. where is the input and output? i could just be missing them though.
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nocentelli
It's just an LFO: There is no input or output for guitar signal, it just produces a flashing LED where the rate, squareness and intensity of the flashing can be controlled.
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rocket88
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hmmm, i was thinking that this is something to be inserted into a circuit to control the speed and depth of a modulation effect like another trem or phaser.

in any event, here you go.
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Kinski
Thanks so much for this! Really, thank you!

You can use it in a few different ways. Your could replace resistors and pots with an LDR and have it face the LFO LED. Or you could just take the direct voltage feeding the LED and use it with oscillators or voltage inputs. I've been experimenting with 40106 oscillators. Gonna try with using the output voltage of the LFO to power the 40106. 



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hmmm, i was thinking that this is something to be inserted into a circuit to control the speed and depth of a modulation effect like another trem or phaser.

in any event, here you go.



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Kinski
And thanks nocentelli for the schematic! I just noticed now that you made it. Curious about that bias control. I'll most likely set it internally as a trimpot. But I'm interested to see what effect it has.
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Re: Shoot The Moon LFO?

kuzieem
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Is there 2M2 from speed 2 lug pot? Shouldn't it be 2k2 (as in the schematics above)?