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Pat
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5

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Living with OCD

Project: Titan (Voodoo Lab Overdrive)

Build description

Great quality board and fantastic build documentation. Everything is enclosure-mounted, hence the extra wires. Far easier and cleaner to use pcb mounted pots and switches as Kevin advises. I used the wrong cap values for C2 and C5 and initially had no drive effect. Thanks to Kevin for catching that. With the correct values, this thing sings! Used LED’s for second clipping section.

Modifications or part substitutions

No mods.

decsnspace
Score:
4

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OCD Clone

Project: Titan (Voodoo Lab Overdrive)

Build description

Love these layouts by Aion! Tons of options and extremely easy to wire up, drill, box up and mod. This is an awesome distortion pedal! I still need to A-B it to a friends OCD but from memory it is very much in the same ballpark. Very happy with this pedal and all the tonal options and it is definitely going straight on my pedal board!

Modifications or part substitutions

I initially built this pedal with the TC1044 to convert the 9 volt input to 18 volts. However, I decided to revert it back to 9 volt wiring to allow the option of running the pedal with either a 9 or 18 volt input as I have both output options on my current pedalboard power supply. Hence, why there is an empty socket in the build pic for IC2.
A word of caution if you decide to wire the pedal in this way, you’ll need to change D1 as the 1n4742 is a 12 volt zener and only needed if wiring with the charge pump. Thanks to info provided from Aion, I went ahead and replaced D1 with a 1n4001 and the pedal now works great with either input voltage!

Manuel
Score:
4

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OCDNOSIL

Project: Titan (Voodoo Lab Overdrive)

Build description

First of all, I have to say that Titan project is a fantastic OD pedal, with rich tone and extremely versatile.
I made a sort of connectors to completely unmount the circuit for working easily while modifying, upgrading, etc… Well, aesthetically is not so nice, but it’s convenient.

I put a battery connection too (sometimes I need…), but there’s different tone whereas pedal is 9V battery or power supply connected. In the second case tone is warmer and harmonically richer.

You can notice C7 capacitor has a not perfect soldering: I recovered some components from dismissed electronic parts during equipment revamping in my workin place (industrial control room).
I like to think that something during years I used to work, now serve me a beautiful tone when playing guitar.

Benj
Score:
1

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Titan OCD overdrive

Project: Titan (Voodoo Lab Overdrive)

Build description

Build was flawless with a great documentation. The pcb layout is great and the pcb is a joy to work on.
The pedal is in a boss enclosure that I will eventually repaint, but it looks pretty nice, I even had the 3PDT switch working with a slight adjustment!
I did not take advantage of the pcb mounted pots and switches, so some extra wires in there.

The pedal sounds ace, all the knows are very effective, after realizing the tone knob needed a jumper as per the project page.
Overall very satisfied with this build, thanks for a great design!

dani_boy79
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0

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OCD Build

Project: Titan (Voodoo Lab Overdrive)
Variant: 18V option with both Toggle Switch options included.

Build description

Build went smoothly. This is actually the Second(or Third) Aion Project I have worked on. Fantastic Quality PCBs, with great Build documentation also! I was able to source all the parts easily on Smallbear & Mouser.