Category: Delay

Request: Small Time

Here’s a vero layout for the Small Time, a buffered PT2399 delay with tails that should fit in a 1590B without much trouble. Do note the non-standard stomp switch arrangement (this one requires only an SPDT).

Update (09.06.2012): Thanks to Earplane for verifying the layout!

Update (23.6.2012): Found a small mistake on the layout as I was sourcing parts for my own build. C18 is supposed to be the tantalum electrolytic, not C8. Layout corrected. Sorry for that.

Updated: 21 December, 2012 — 22:31

Echo Base digital delay

I was looking for another delay based on the PT2399 and stumbled over the Echo Base. It seems like a neat delay with lots of options, but I have yet to hear what it sounds like. I’ll take my chances.

Anyway, here’s a still to be verified vero layout I just did. I plan on trying this one out pretty soon, but I thought I’d share it as I’m pretty sure the layout is correct (in so far as the schematic I based it on is correct, of course).

Update (04.09.2011): Built this one tonight and with a few minor fixes this is now verified. The “Time” and “Mod speed” pots were re-oriented and the feedback switch was fixed.

Update (06.08.2012): I’ve had this one in a box for quite a while, but haven’t gotten around to take those pictures. Here’s what my build looks like, and it is a bit untidy (also knobs still needed). Kid got to choose graphics 🙂

Updated: 21 December, 2012 — 21:08

Request: Double delay- and modulation add-ons for the Aqua Puss

Here’s a vero layout for the double delay add-on to the Aqua Puss.

Update (20.02.2011): Fixed a connection between pin 7 on the two ICs.

Update (20.02.2011): Here’s a vero layout for abfackeln’s modulation add-on as well.

Update (22.02.2011): The double delay vero layout is verified by Mat as working.

Update (22.11.2011): I guess this just passed me by. The modulation layout is also verified as working.

Updated: 21 December, 2012 — 21:02

Request: Way Huge Aqua Puss

You requested it and here is the vero layout for the Way Huge Aqua Puss. This one was challenging, and odds are I’ve missed something, but you never know. I’ll build this and verify/correct it as soon as I source all the parts.

I based the layout on both the schematic done by as a group and the schematic drawn by Madbean (if you don’t want to go through all the hassle of building an unverified vero you can purchase PCB’s from his site I went with the MN3205/V3205 variant for price/availability reasons, and plan to pick up a set of the reasonably priced CoolAudio ICs myself (V571, V3205, V3102, smallbear carries threse). I’m a little uncertain about the 8V regulator actually giving out 8V from a source of only 9V, and I might end up replacing this with a resistor instead (as described by Madbean in his “AquaBoy” document).

If you try this vero before I get around to doing it myself, let me know how it works 🙂

Update (21.02.2011): Mat has been kind enough to verify this layout as working!

Update (18.07.2012): Reportedly using the 78L08 doesn’t work very well so go with the resistor instead.

Updated: 21 December, 2012 — 21:00
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