Unfortunately the 6th run of Jasper is now sold out. Many thanks to everyone who has bought the kits! Hope your builds are progressing well.
I hope to get more stock some time in January – so if you are interested in getting a kit, send an email to info (at) jaspersynth.co.uk with your for shipping. When new stock arrives and is ready to ship, I can send you a Paypal invoice.
The 6th run Jasper PCBs have arrived! It’ll take a few days to work through the waiting list, sending out invoices, packaging and posting the kits. So if you’re on the list be you’ll be hearing from me soon.
If you’re interested in purchasing Jasper, check out what’s in the kit and send an email to info (at) jaspersynth.co.uk stating where you are so the correct shipping can be added and I’ll add you to the list!
If you wish to purchase a kit, check out the Buying Jasper page for details.
Also available is JasperMIDI – an easy-to-build PCB with Microcontroller to provide MIDI input and output capabilities to your Jasper build. Check out the JasperMIDI page for details, construction guide and resources.
Jasper is a DIY clone of the EDP Wasp synthesiser from the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Jasper started as a personal project to build a working copy of the Wasp – and was offered as a limited PCB run on the Muffwiggler DIY synth forum, back in late 2015. The original forum post has grown into a massive thread, and has lead to four PCB runs so far. The build thread’s first post currently has the build guide and other information. I’m amazed at the enthusiasm people have shown.
Jasper is only offered as a partial kit – comprising of a printed circuit board, a control panel made from PCB material and the harder to find components. It is not an exact clone – in that some component changes have been made to make it work with transistors and ICs currently available – and a few extra features have been added for convenience. You need to build an enclosure or case for it as well as soldering all the components.
This site will host information about Jasper and its associated projects, including the build documentation and tips, and I hope to highlight some of the builds people have made with my PCBs.
If you are interested in, or have queries about Jasper, send an email to info (at) jaspersynth.co.uk or if you are a member of the Muffwiggler forums, send a PM to jasonl