This is an updated version of my SMT conversion of MFOS SoundLab MiniSynth!
There’s an updated version available. Please, check the latest informations here.
I corrected all the small quirks I previously made. And I replaced a lot of the remaining THT components by SMT ones.
This version works very well Out Of The Box (and after a couple hours of soldering of course).
And I’m doing some laser tests:
More informations to come!
9 thoughts on “MFOS SoundLab MiniSynth in SMT – 1.2 Update”
Cool! I was waiting for this 🙂
Are you willing to share the design or maybe sell a PCB? As I commented on your previous post about the MFOS SoundLab, I wanted to make an SMT version of this but I never quite had the time to finish it because of other projects and yours looks neat and easy to do!
Hi, Thanks for your interest. I might have a couple boards to share.
Would you be willing to share the KiCad files and other technical files for hobbyists? I’ve been thinking about adapting the SoundLab as a semimodular to fit in a eurorack case, but i was impressed to see someone had done almost exactly what I was planning already!
I would be interested as well!
Cool, et bravo… si tu as un pcb de trop, je suis preneur!
Any of these PCBs left? I am interested!
Some PCBs are still available. Please contact me!
How much for PCB?
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