TTSH Two Thousand Six Hundred Mini Meanie Arp 2600 Clone
The TTSH or Two Thousand Six Hundred Mini Meanie is a Modern version of the Original Arp 2600 at about 73% of the original size making it the "mini meanie".
This beautiful TTSH was built by Adam Armstrong aka Laurentide Synthworks. He put some extra love into this TTSH v1. by fixing the OSC and Clock bleed commonly found in v1 of the TTSH as well as the Midi in and gate trigger booster so you can patch your euro rack voltages in to fire the envelopes. In addition to all that extra love he also balanced the brightness of all the LEDs making this TTSH one of the nicest units you'll come across.
In terms of electronics the TTSH is pretty much identical to the early 70s grey faced model 2600P, which includes the built-in speakers (although these speakers are way better than the original speakers). Physically, it’s about 73% smaller and has awesome orange LED sliders as standard.
Oscillators – 3 VCOs (Model 4027-1):
VCO 1: saw / sqr
VCO 2: saw / tri / pulse / sine
VCO 3: saw / pulse
Noise Gen: Continually variable from LF to pink to white.
LFOs – Any of the 3 VCOs can be used as LFOs. There is also a clock out from the S/H.
Sample and Hold – Patchable S/H with internal clock/LFO and Electronic Switch.
Filter – Model 4012 VCF (1970-76). 24db lowpass, self-oscillating.
VCA – Linear or Exponential control. Envelope Follower.
Envelope Generators –
Env 1: ADSR
Env 2: AR
Midi input with Gate/Trigger Booster
2 Speakers which may be switched off to save power.
3.5mm jacks so you can easily interface with a Eurorack system.