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Vocoder extended PCB kit. Vocoder finishing Kit. Price list. Prices are quoted in euros and if applicable converted into other currencies during payment.
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NGF Vocoder: Project page
I wanted to learn about the theory of vocoders so what better idea to build one by my own? This is actually quite a reproduction of the vocoder published in in the German Elektor magazine. I have actually redrawn all the PCB layouts as the originals were nowhere to find as a good scan. Another link to a dedicated Elektor Vocoder site, this time in German. I also built the voiced-unvoiced detector which Elektor added somewhat later in an addendum article to the vocoder.
vocoder (1) - an absolute first!
Moderators: Joe. Privacy Terms. Quick links. These can be ordered through the website www. In the mids, really young and inexperienced, I decided to build the Elektor 10 channel vocoder. In those days, board designs were published in magazines, afterwards mirrored and copied on transparent foils, heat transferred to hand drilled boards.
I want one. But i didn't have the means. Now i have. What an impressive work! But i wanted something more flexible and modular. The first thought was to make it like the Elektor Vocoder, one complete channel per frequency band.
In those days, board designs were published in magazines, afterwards mirrored and copied on transparent foils, heat transferred to hand drilled boards. And last but not least, ferric chloride dissolved in water was used to etch the PCB's. So it was a complex and nasty job to complete all the boards. There also was no internet, no day one order and next day delivery from Mouser or Farnell, so getting all your components was quite complex and labor intensive. But I was determined to build my own vocoder and did put all my pocket money in it. Months later with the unaffordable help of my best friend, I succeeded to finish the heavily under-estimated build.