Since I'm lucky enough to have a local producer, I went to Mammouth Boutique, in our good old town of Liège.
This ADSR module is the first module from Mammouth Machine I built.
Kit is of quality : bulk components in bags, super clear PCB indications, online manual but very well done. Only caveat for english speaking people : manuals are in french.
|Bob helps to fix the switch|
But there is nothing wrong with that. The information on the PCB and in the manual is very clear. A small cheat sheet comes in the kit with resistor values color coding and capacitor indications. With a little care, everything goes well. Nevertheless, I tested every resistance with an ohmmeter, but that's what my perfectionist side is all about.
The face is made of wood, laser cut. The wood is untreated, I decided to delicately apply two thin coats of transparent matte varnish to ensure a certain durability over time.
No particular remark on this kit, everything went perfectly.
[edit Feb 29, 2020] After my first tests, I noticed a residual voltage (about 60mV) after the end of the envelope. This leaves a VCA a bit open and I could hear a faint noise. It does not look to be problematic in real conditions though.