The TLN-156 (Neural Agonizer) was developed by Scott Juskiw.
This is an extremely flexible module with voltage control of almost
every parameter. I purchased a PCB set from Scott, and built the
module as suggested. This was one of my first modules to build and it
was deffinently the largest single module project I have worked on. Two
Accutronics reverb tanks are mounted inside my modular cabinet and
connected to the module's PCBs using coaxial cable. The TLN-156 can
operate using the reverb tanks in series or parallel. There are tons of
modulation possibilities using this design and the sound can very
quickly get out of control. But, It was not intended to make smooth
sounding reverb, and it is capable of some very strange/interesting
sounds. The last time I checked, Scott had more PCB sets for sale. The
price and quality are excellent. Pictures of the complete module are
shown below. Some of the audio input/output cables had not yet been
secured when I took these photos.