Nobsrine [Full DIY Ciat-Lonbarde Build]

from Tripping on Wires

This is a simple but weird sounding instrument controlled with 2 simple knobs and 2 portmanteau switches. It samples the turns and energy of knob twists to modulate triangle oscillators and you can get a shifting range of unusual moans, drones, and shrieks. It's on a 3.5mm stereo output so you can mix/isolate/pan the oscillators for stereo effects or processing.

This build also features experimental patch points. The oscillators are connected internally and I have exposed these connections for experimentation.

This small batch is built on PCB (not paper) and housed in a handmade birch plywood box with a custom front panel. I've oiled the wood too for protection and to bring out the grain.

It runs off of a 9-volt battery (not supplied due to postage restrictions).

Shipping includes insurance and tracking. I know it's high but it's not inflated, it's actual cost.

Credit where it's due of course, this is an unofficial Peter Blasser/Ciat-Lonbarde build. I made one for myself and the minimum orders of PCBs/panels are 5 and so I've made a small batch. The original paper circuit (and lots of other cool stuff) can be found here -

Includes unlimited streaming of Nobsrine Demo via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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