Projecttitel: Swenigiser


Startdate: 03/2023

Duedate: 04/2023

updated 23.05.2023

Manufacture link:



The Swenigiser is available in prebuilt and DIY Versions.

It's a fully expanded Orgon Enigiser clone - "more or less a replica", since the Voice PCB and Panel Pcbs are reverse engineered.

MIDI Input is on the rear, powerswitch too.

DIY Build Documentation 

I got a PCB set, case and few parts (DIY Kit) and built the device in around 5-7hours. It was fast, because I built 2 years ago the RENIGISER clone too and have a lot of experience and the correct tools.

The Build is medium - not complicated and you don´t need special tools,  a scope can be very useful to check the waveforms while calibration.

The most infos are described here:


BOM notes: please read my Build tips - maybe you need some additional stuff.. (extra nuts, washers, gaffe tape, conductive tape) which isn't described in the official BOM


(builguide backup: here)

Calibration guide:

Potentiometer Guide: 


(backup here)

DIY BUILD GUIDE/Support from me:

Issue IDDateTypIssueSolutionaffected versionFixed version

the panel pcb is very close to the aluminum case - its easy to run in malfunctions and defects !! Since I built the RENIGISER, I know excactly how to fix it with a workaround.

use gaffa tape and put this on the case from inside , 2 layers are fine

use additional washers on the potentiometers (or nuts)

use at the rotary switches the nut or you can risk that the lock washer get loose,  and you get more clearance/distance between the case and panel pcb

DO NOT solder all cables thru the holes, just on top of the pads is fine. (as shown in my pictures)

solder the potentiometers : add some solder on all pads !! then install the pots, use additional washers or nuts and then use nuts to fix they from outside - then solder the potentiometers.

in this way you have enough space between the case and pcb with less risks.

release April 2023-

the Upper pcb for the jacks: a lot of traces are under the jacks and at the tall trimmer, and if you press the jacks to close on the pcb, you can damage the PCB coating - get shorts and bleeds  (same was on the TTSH project and many other projects)

use tape as shown in my picture and do make sure there's no mechanical stress on the jacks while soldering. 

release April 2023-
322.04.2023build infodo not forget to install the Jumpers/bridges as described in the guide or you can't hear something

422.04.2023BOM info1pf cap use 3.3pf or do not install a cap.. works without too

522.04.2023build infodiodes D9/D10 install this.. ( some clones and some originals dont have this.)

622.04.2023infoin case you have hum - check the MIDI wiring

722.04.2023infoplease report bugs and infos here.. there's a comment function on this website

PCB Pictures:

PCB Pictures assembled 

Version Published Changed By Comment
CURRENT (v. 4) May 23, 2023 10:05 LED-man
v. 3 Apr 22, 2023 22:59 LED-man
v. 2 Apr 22, 2023 22:50 LED-man
v. 1 Apr 22, 2023 22:22 LED-man