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BassAce

Midi Bass Synthesizer

Courtesy/Thanks to: EFM

Description: The BassAce is a small midi-synth based loosely on the TB303. It can be built many different ways. Depending on how it's configured it can be anything from a simple 303 type box to a full scale mono-synth. The 1/2 FracRac((TM) PAiA) shown here is in the maximum configuration without adding more pc boards. I have included a version of this layout for use with a Hammond case at the end of tis document. Add a VCO4 board, a Dual EG and a small mixer and you've got a full 2-VCO synth.

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Files
bassace_docv2.pdf
   Schematics, parts list, PCB, assembly plan, and notes for the BassAce.
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   Electronic for music
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