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Look Mum No Computer Shows How To Build A Korg MS20-Style LP Filter
Hollin Jones on Mon, November 12th 1 comments
Brace yourself for a tornado of synth-based advice as Sam Battle runs you - quite literally - through building your own low pass filter in hardware.

If you've not come across the Look Mum No Computer YouTube channel, you're in for a treat. Sam Battle, who describes himself as a "musician and inventor", takes a high-energy approach to his videos in which he shows you how to create synths and other instruments entirely from scratch. In his latest video below, he's demonstrating how to make a Korg MS20-style low pass filter - so strap yourself in and check it out!

In amongst the manic presentation is some great advice on how to prep and build your own synth hardware - you might want to pause for breath if you're actually following along with your soldering iron - but in the end, it really works! There's more modular madness on his channel page too.

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  • Hello there, i studied the circuits of lookmum and the other source he build up his version but nowhere i found any information how many amps running trough the +12v dc & -12v dc sources? some ideas, anyone?
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