Reaktor “CC Sequencer v1.3”:

This is a 4 part step sequencer (based on Erik Wiegand’s “simple modulation” macro) that I made to use with my Kenton Pro-2000 as a makeshift CV analogue sequencer (via the Kenton’s auxes). It also proves to be quite useful to automate plugin knobs in Kore or Live (your host must be able to route MIDI from the plugins). For Kore you can route the MIDI to an IAC bus then back into Kore to map the knobs to the corrisponding MIDI CCs.  There’s a Pattern Mod section to modulate between different preset patterns.  The next version will have an additional sequencer to do the Pattern Modulation.

Reaktor “CC Sequencer v1.4”:

New version, same as above except for the Pattern Mod is via another sequencer instead of an LFO.  You can now create much longer and more complex modulations.

Max for Live Lemur plugin controller v.1.o:

This is my first outing into programing in max and lemur. It was mainly a proof of concept for an idea I'm still working on, but it can be useful and there isn't much out there right now for Lemur users with max for live. So here you go.   It’s basically a fader, ball, and ring object with physics control and a pull down menu on each to select the plugin and parameter.  Each also has a range control of it’s output.  There is a limit to the number of items in a list on the Lemur side so for more complex plugins you can use the interface in the Max for Live patch.  I will definitely keep adding things to this one!

Note: with the release of Mu Beta I’ve put all this on hold till I learn more about Mu.

“OSC” VCO's for Reaktor:

This is another useful ensemble for modular synth owners (also built off NI macros). I wanted to have a couple more oscillators in my rig but didn't have the money or space for it right now. So I built these basic oscillators and simply route them out the extra outputs on my audio interface. They work great for FM modulators on my analogue oscilators or on their own or a little digital flavor. There is also a switch that allows you to use them as LFOs or modulate the other oscillator with the LFO.

Here’s a collection of things I’ve been working on for you to download or check out.  More to come.  Enjoy!

Super Tone Control

This is an execlent Craig Anderton design! It's a mulit mode filter, lowpass, bandpass, hipass with super high resonace and gain control over each filter output. I've modded it to accept a single battery and am working on a mod to add an expression pedal to control the cuttoff frequency.

Skyripper Fuzz

This is a design by Joe Gagan. It's a rather angry fuzz with a feedback loop and power starving. To make things even wackier there are insert jacks to tap into the feedback loop. It's a really intresting circut! Usually a pretty bright fuzz and at times is a bit fiddly, but always surprising.

Tone Ripper/Angry Al Fuzz

This is the two pedals above in one box with a switchable signal flow. It can be filter into fuzz, fuzz into filter, or fuzz with filter in the feedback loop. It can eaisly be used as a signal generator with filter in the feedback loop and ablitly to power starve the fuzz.

Too Many Knobs

This is a Tim Escobedo design. It's a wide ranging fuzz similar to the Fuzz Factory. Good sounding, well designed.

Echo Base

This one is a bit of a community design. I believe it was introduced by "slacker" on and tweaked my many of the users. It's a really nice delay based on the PT2399 chip. Mine has the modulation, tails bypass (to bypass with out cutting off the delay), and insert (for effecting the feedback loop). I hope to build a double tap version soon to end up with something like a digital version of the Quicksilver delay.

I've also been building guitar pedals.  Here's a few things I've made:


(Better pictures and audio clips coming soon)

Other projects:

Synthesis Technology MOTM synth

I put this baby together from kits.  Great sounding large format modular synth.  There are many DIY designs out there for this format as well.  I hope to build a few when I have the time.


This is a monome clone made with the Arduino Diecimila USB board.  The good people at Flip Mu pieced together instructions, code, and everything you need to make your own monome (monome is open source).  There are also plenty of entries on the forum on building your own and different mods you can do.  This one I built I added an accelerometer for tilt control.  I’ve even seen people put together multi color Arduinomes with RGB LEDs.