"- I added a second CV potentiometer.
"- I omitted the switch and added three separate attenuator potentiometers (25k)
for the three inputs (LP, BP, HP). They sit before the 47k resistors. The 47k resistors
connect directly to the former "switch outputs" now. This enables to get a kind
of all-pass characteristic when mixing the same signal to multiple inputs or to get
a kind of frequency-dependent interpolation with different input signals. I also like
to add a bit of HP while primarily using the LP. I normailzed the "BP in" and "HP in"
connectors to "LP in".
"- I used 330nF instead of 1.2uF for C10 at CV in to reduce drifting with steady CV
and to enable faster modulation. Maybe I reduce it even further.
"- I drilled a hole into the Power PCB to easily adjust the "CV reject" trimmer without
taking the filter apart. Luckily there was just a ground plane at this position on
the power PCB that could be drilled without damaging something.
"- I had to omit the nice Steiner wave logo on the frontpanel, but added a little hint
to you "DI" and me "RV" :-)
"Here are some other build notes that might be of interest for you:
"- feed it with +-12V in a Doepfer Eurorack system, but reduce -12V to -10V with
your Power PCB, also use the filtering on the Power PCB (V+, V-)
"- used SSM2210 and 2N5172 as specified
"- used two 2N2907 with HFE of about 140 instead of the PN5138 (HFE measured
with a medium-class multi-meter)
"- had to use linear potentiometers for everything, because I did not get logarithmic
ones of this size, but this still feels fine
"- used a trimmer having 200 Ohm instead of 250 Ohm, works fine
"==> self resonance starts at about 2 o'clock resonance potentiometer position, this is fine
" ==> have no problems with power noise, crosstalk or whatever"
Thanks again Ronny.