Every Operational Amplifier needs a dual-voltage power supply. If you don't have one at hand, build a voltage divider for a "virtual ground". But nothing is perfect and virtual grounds come with their own issues...
A good list of vintage Craig Anderton circuits chematics.
The "Electronic projects for musicians" book's passive tone control is on my workbench actually, with true vintage pots, caps and self, mounted on a rusted plate. Everything came from an old "tsf" tube radio and a film projector.
Electronic noise for use in music or to create sounds such as gunshots or explosions can be created in a number of different ways. The “Old School” method was to use the amplified output from a reversed biased transistor PN junction.
Another method is to use a series of shift registers with a feedback element creating what is called a pseudo-random sequencer or Linear Feedback Shift Register...
Useful metallic noise source for hats, cymbals and snare drum sounds...
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