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The 4093 Chaos NAND is a wicked cool noise generator with a wide range of sonic potential! Low pulsing drones, robotic chaos, high-pitched laser sounds – it’s all here in this small ballistic package ready for your gig!
- 4 Knobs and 2 Switches for ultimate control! The Chaos Nand has 3 square wave oscillators: 1 main oscillator (OSC 3) and 2 sub-oscillators that can be turned on/off via the switch next their respective knob. The power switched can be engaged for hands-on knob tweaking or can be turned off allowing you to input control voltage via the 1/4” CV input.
- CV Input allows for you to power your circuit off an external voltage source for tons of tones you never thought possible! Feed it ~+4V and let it starve or crank up the voltage to 12V for some serious output power! Use a step sequencer to vary the insanity!
- CV Switch lets you toggle between CV and Power Supply voltage. On/Off Switch kills the power to the circuit allows for a sick dive bomb / laser sound as the circuit discharges its stored voltage.
- 1/4″ Jacks
- Requires a 2.1-2.5mm 9V center negative power supply of at least 50mA (not included). A Boss-style or one-spot adapter will work fine. Or use a 9V battery instead, just remove the back of the case and install like a standard guitar pedal.
Feeling overexposed? Building an outdoor privacy screen can change all of that. With just a few tools and supplies you will have privacy in no time. Full project details here: http://low.es/1lLxPQJ
First, lay out all of your supplies. The screens will be built inside out, so start by building the interior frame. Once the inner frame is built, attach to the outside posts with screws. The posts are just two 2 x 6s with a 2 x 4 in between. Make sure everything is squared up before attaching. Now you can add the rest of the horizontal rails and the metal flashing. Weave the metal flashing (while wearing gloves) and screw them in with sheet metal screws. The last step is to attach the last two 2 x 6 posts. Stain the lumber to your liking.
After the building is complete, think about the layout of the screens. Once you have marked the spots for the posts, dig the holes (check with your local utility locating service beforehand). You may want to use an auger to help dig the post holes. Consult with your local building officials to see how deep you can dig. Then, to prep the holes, add some gravel. Now you can place the screens into the post holes and add concrete. Adjust your screens until they are level and the concrete is still setting.
Once the concrete has set, you are ready to enjoy your backyard patio screens!
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