Update 2015-03-29: I updated the vero layout. It's exactly the same, but I made the offboard wiring instructions clearer to avoid confusion. It's 100% verified.
The Arcadiator, a video-game'ish fuzz.
Usually I'm trying to keep the controls simple. but for this design I really wanted to max out the possible sounds from the chips so it ended up with many switches and knobs. It does glitchy square-wave fuzz, pulse width modulation (similar to Tim Escobedo's PWM), octave down and modulation that alternates beween two octaves. It basically does everything that the Silver Fox Octaver does, and alot more. I hope you like it :)
The toner transfer didn't turn out good for this build (but hey, it's DIY right :)) and I should have used a lower value resistor for the LED. It's blinking when the LFO is engaged, but you can hardly see it.
PWM switch - this toggles between 'pwm' or 'octave up'
WIDTH pot - this controls either the width of the square wave (pwm) or the intensity of the octave up
BLEND pot - mixes between 'either PWM or Octave up' and the 'Octave Down'
OCTAVE switch - This toggles between one or two octaves down
MODE switch - this turns the Octave down on or off (except when the LFO is on)
LFO switch - turns on/off the modulation that is alternating between one or two octaves down, or:
MODE switch - Toggles between either one or two octaves down or just one octave down and unison or a choppy tremolo of the octave down (depending on how the mix is set)
RATE and LEVEL doesn't need explaining :)