MF-104z Spillover Mod

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Post by tubeampguy » Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:07 pm

EricK wrote:Amos,
I like the idea of a new jack and footswitch, but if we went this route, is this something that could be controlled via gate signal?

:shock: This would be so killer.


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I agree with Eric. I want to control it with a Gate signal (MP-201)

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Re: MF-104z Spillover Mod

Post by emsuser » Mon Apr 19, 2010 12:20 pm

I don't see how another foot switch can be added next to the original, as there is no room inside the pedal, as the PCB has a cut-out for the original switch, better to add another 1/4" jack socket at the back of the pedal, and make up another footswitch pedal. but maybe someone at the Moog technical knows better.

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Post by tubeampguy » Wed Apr 21, 2010 12:16 am

tubeampguy wrote:
EricK wrote:Amos,
I like the idea of a new jack and footswitch, but if we went this route, is this something that could be controlled via gate signal?

:shock: This would be so killer.


Eric


I agree with Eric. I want to control it with a Gate signal (MP-201)

Amos, What ever became of this discussion? :?:

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Re: MF-104z Spillover Mod

Post by willi » Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:09 pm

Amos wrote: It is more complicated... there are multiple poles to wire up, traces to cut on the circuit board, and components to de-solder.
Well I can appreciate that most users would be daunted by this, but it doesn't sound like anything that I (or any of my EE friends) couldn't handle myself. I realize this would void my warranty, but it expired a long time ago. I wouldn't mind paying Moog to do the work, but the fact is I don't want to be without my delay.. ever! It's always on in my Clavinet signal chain.

Can we please get a detailed description of the mod?
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Re: MF-104z Spillover Mod

Post by redeyeflight » Sun Mar 06, 2011 8:45 pm

Just checking about the availability of the spillover mod now that moog is discontinuing the 104z...I've been meaning to send mine in for this!!

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Re: MF-104z Spillover Mod

Post by Emil » Fri Jul 01, 2011 6:30 am

The spillover mod's performance gave me a surprise when switching to green without clearing the slate (cease the repeats while readying for a new riff on the same green display.

I expected overspill switch is up or on, stomp to green both stop repeats and moves the brigade over for the next notes take up repeats.

I imagined this way (until the 104 was returned with factory mod).
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Post by tubeampguy » Fri Jul 01, 2011 7:19 pm

tubeampguy wrote:
tubeampguy wrote:
EricK wrote:Amos,
I like the idea of a new jack and footswitch, but if we went this route, is this something that could be controlled via gate signal?

:shock: This would be so killer.


Eric


I agree with Eric. I want to control it with a Gate signal (MP-201)

Amos, What ever became of this discussion? :?:
2nd try: Amos, What ever became of this discussion? :?:[/quote]

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Re: MF-104z Spillover Mod

Post by Emil » Tue Jul 12, 2011 3:54 pm

A few replies, including my own, mentioned frequency CV had just two or three settings. Checked the jack at audio out, and found TRS jack was responsible for that.

Nobody else expected dual function on green w/ mod switch up .... to stop previous echoes and begin new measure?

(This isn't what you meant by a continuation on the subject of mod, sorry Tubeampguy.)

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Post by tubeampguy » Tue Nov 29, 2011 3:57 am

tubeampguy wrote:
tubeampguy wrote:
tubeampguy wrote:
EricK wrote:Amos,
I like the idea of a new jack and footswitch, but if we went this route, is this something that could be controlled via gate signal?

:shock: This would be so killer.


Eric


I agree with Eric. I want to control it with a Gate signal (MP-201)

Amos, :?:
2nd try: Amos, What ever became of this discussion? :?:
[/quote]
3rd and final try! AMOS! What ever became of this discussion? :evil:

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Re: MF-104z Spillover Mod

Post by EricK » Tue Nov 29, 2011 9:03 am

They will probably make it Midi controlled when they eventually make another delay.
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