Mini Range Master. I used the Mad Bean PCB with charge pump to generate -9 volts. I used old stock OC44.
Mad Bean Vero Point Delay. This is a PT2399 delay with a tone control on the repeats and some modulation on the delay.
This sounds really good. The difference between the 5 and 6 stages is very noticeable. Overall a very musical effect.
I built this from a madbean pcb. The layout was great and everything went together well. I drilled a 125B sized box following the drilling guide but, couldn’t get it to fit in the box! The jacks hit the tops of the chips. I’m guessing that this because I used sockets. There is probably a mention of this in the build notes that I overlooked.
In the end I drilled a 1590BB sized box. Which worked very well. I think I like this better than the 125B size.
This is a zero point mini, built from a board by madbean. The board was great. Well laid out, everything went together well.
The sound is good, as good as any other PT2399 delay. The extra controls don’t provide enough audible variation to justify. This is a good project but, I would recommend a more simple project, as it provides about the same sonic possibilities; or go with something more complex, where the added effort translates to really noticeable effect on sound. Something like the 1776 Multiplex Echo.