Step 2: Fit the components part A

In this step we fit the resistors, ic socket, audio jack, capacitors and voltage regulator.

*Solder the 2 1K(R8 R10) and the 4 10K(R2 R4 R6 R7) resistors to the PCB.
*Solder the 8pin IC socket to the PCB in the IC2 position.
*Solder the 3.5mm audio connector to the PCB in the SPKR position.
*Solder the capacitors 100nF(C5) 10nF(C6) to the PCB.
*Solder the voltage regulator(IC3) to the PCB.
Can you please post a photo with the positive + side?
I built it and it is awesome...really the schematic is the same for all your synths and so I just programmed other chips and alternately plug them in alternately. It is really fun...LOTS of sounds.
Did you add any effects in the video?
No, it's plugged directly into my little Vox amp.
Would this work with 08m?
It will work perfectly with the 08m.
Thanks... <br> <br>I really like the Luna Mod.
Cheers rarebeasts, I though this was going to be an ab nightmare but it turns out is pretty easy going, having said that the proof will be in the pudding when ive got my soldering iron all fired up :) <a href="http://www.worldabs.com/products/horny-goat-weed-icariin-epimedium">epimedium</a> <a href="http://www.hornygoatweedhealth.com/pages/testimonials">horny goat weed reviews</a>

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