Guitar Crash Sync effect

Posted on Oct 9, 2012

This is an oscillator sync circuit that gives the kind of effect you find on old analogue synths. Oscillator synchronisation is performed by using one oscillator to reset another. In this instance the guitar signal is used to reset an oscillator running at a higher sweepable frequency. The effect is not dissimilar to flanging. Not one for the tone freaks, this is a destroy-your-tone effect for noise vandals.

Guitar Crash Sync effect
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The front end is copied from the MXR blue box.

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