Duo-Bop Dual Analog Drum Module

Published on Aug 22, 2019 Lower West Side Studio

“Video demonstration of the Duo-Bop Analog Drum module from Lower West Side Studio.

The Duo-Bop combines two Barton BMC018 Analog Drum Modules into a compact single space MU format module. Gate and CV Inputs are normalized to reduce cable requirements.

Check it out at: https://richsstudioproject.wpcomstagi…”


Published on Aug 22, 2019 Peter B

Who is the manipulator inside your music?
How to handcraft a TOCANTE STUDWORTH case,
(desert juniper)
camping at Prineville Resevoir.
Same kids at Lake Harriet and Clear Lake.
(Kiri and Haku)
Desert solar soldering, electronic night creeper.
The man in the machine shows his face:
You pick the capacitors (Cakewalk Pro Audio)


Aleatoric – Drumkid – die selbstspielende Drummachine (DIY)

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Drumkid ist eine so genannte „aleatorische“ Drummachine, also eine die Beats ausgibt, die nicht zufällig aber dennoch automatisch Beats herstellt, die man variieren kann.

Na klar – Drumcomputer. Da drückt man einfach Start und es ist alles fertig. Das dachte sich Matt auch, und baute sich erstmal eine Drummachine auf Arduino-Basis. Sie hat 11 Taster mit denen man bestimmte Events auslösen kann. Was die Maschine NICHT macht ist das klassisches Lauflicht, denn sie soll ja selbst Beats bauen und dazu Variationen über die Taster bereit stellen. Das Gerät ist sehr sehr handlich, da nur die Taster und einige LEDs und eben der kleine Arduino darin Platz finden muss.

Matt baut sie nicht für jeden (es war einfach sein Projekt für den Hackaday und daher „Einmalig“), aber du kannst seine Maschine nachbauen. Deshalb liegen alle Quellen und Ideen wie man sie bauen kann sind offen gelegt und man

Weitere Information

Hier steht alles Über das Projekt. Die Github-Page gibt weitere Daten preis, die man benötigt wie etwa den Code für das Programm. Es gibt natürlich keine Preise oder sowas – die meisten Elemente kosten nicht „viel“ aber man (du!) musst dir die Sachen ohnehin selbst besorgen und einfach anfangen. Viel Spaß!

Es gibt noch mehr solche Projekte wie: Synth Guitar for DesignSpark Summer of Sound Challenge, und PolyMod open source modular synthesizer for Hackaday 2018.


Demo of the Ciat-Lonbarde Rollz-5+, Meng Qi PCB

Published on Jul 31, 2019 Dinorrific

Patch demo below.

“I recorded this over a year ago, and there’s probably numerous errors in it. Let me know and I’ll add corrections as we go!

Here’s a brief introduction to Meng Qi’s realization of the fantastic Ciat-Lonbarde Rollz-5. It’s sort-of-a drum machine which produces strange and wonderful rhythms and timbres.

You can read more about Peter

Loose Fruit build & demo

Published on Aug 21, 2019 Synth Diy Guy

“Building the full kit of the cool Loose Fruit Eurorack module from God’s box!

Get yours at Thonk: https://www.thonk.co.uk/shop/loosefruit/”

Loose Fruit demo

Mister – M – Hansy Synth Mellotron Demos

Published on Aug 21, 2019 gilleslacaud


Published on Aug 21, 2019 gilleslacaud

Additional posts here.

Music From Outer Space – MFOS – Soundlab Ultimate w/ Expanders and Voice of Saturn

via this auction

“This is a custom built modular synthesizer comprised of the MFOS Soundlab Ultimate and two identical Soundlab Expanders. The case itself was made from old bleachers from the school the builder worked at (who is one of the recommended builders on the MFOS website if you didn’t feel up to the DIY challenge). The main synth voice is normalized but can be repatched. The patch

Gecho v2 – How to build your DIY kit (complete unit)

Published on Aug 20, 2019 Gecho Loopsynth

“To give you an idea what’s involved in putting together your DIY kit, and at the same time, how does the “Sea” channel sound like when played with a MIDI keyboard.

We will make a similar time-lapse video with the “acrylic sandwich” version, also a guide with photos and more detailed explanations will be published on the website in next few days.”

Input Modded Akai VX90 Analogue Synth with Midi SN 10955-13621

via this auction

“Akai VX90 Analogue Synth with Midi. This is the Sound Module version of the Akai AX73. A 6 Voice VCO/VCF synth that is also similar in sound to the AX60 but with Velocity Sensitivity.

This synth is fully working and sounds great. The overall condition is fairly good except for some minor scratches you would associate with its age. The display is a little dim like many older

Ieaskul F. Mobenthey and Mr. Grassi

Published on Aug 18, 2019 hajimmie

“Yet another noise jam from I.F.M modules and Mr. Grassi. Here the patching is rather simple – using only single Denum, Fourses, Dumst, Mr. Grassi, and 3Sisters. Despite that I think it come out nice as noise impro.”

This one made me think of incorporating touch pads on the surface of eurorack modules vs. separate controller modules.