Instruments Of Things Intros Eurorack Sensor Interface

Published on May 17, 2019 Synthtopia

“At Superbooth 2019, Instruments Of Things introduced a new Eurorack Sensor Interface, designed to allow new types of interactions with modular synthesizers.”

First post to feature Instruments Of Things.

Superbooth 2019 – Mayer M800 Poly Eurorack and Control System

Published on May 17, 2019 sonicstate

“This is a relatively new concept, almost bypassing the Eurorack concept of patching CV cables, and using the racking system to power it. The M800 is an advanced multi-timbral poly unit with sample player, arpeggiators and plenty more, but uses a secondary bus to receive control signals from dedicated controller modules. These make no sound themselves, but

Superbooth 2019: Sensi M – Custom Stick-on Bluetooth MIDI Controllers

Published on May 13, 2019 sonicstate

“Sensi M – in two different flavours so far, the master ‘Pressure Atom’ and a slave ‘Turn Atom’, gives you stick-on MIDI control over Bluetooth. The community based software ‘Mcore’ allows you to create, edit and share your firmware to allow for many different functions. More at the Sensisystems website.”

Pressure Atom
With a pressure sensitive interface,

Osage Organ Vector Synthesizer -Ellitone-

Published on May 11, 2019

via this auction

“The -Osage Organ- from Ellitone Instruments is a Polyphonic (15 Voice) Digital (32-bit) Wavetable Vector Synthesizer.

The Power and Unique Tonalities created by this Instrument Derive from its ability to Dynamically Crossfade or “Morph” between 4 different Waveform Shapes in realtime.

The Control Interface for this Synthesizer is arranged into 3

Westlicht Performer Eurorack Modular Sequencer

via this auction

See this post for a demo.

via westlicht

“PER|FORMER is a eurorack sequencer module designed for both live performance and work in the studio. It is based on the concept of step sequencing and can generate a wide variety of rhythms, melodies and modulation signals. While offering a vast amount of programming options, strong focus is put on having performance critical features

Meet ZOA // a new 3D soft silicone controller for your synths!

Published on May 6, 2019 DivKidVideo

“This is a very early prototype ZOA soft silicon 3D haptic controller with MIDI/USB/CV outputs for interaction modulation of your music/synth devices be those Eurorack, semi modular, DAW etc.

YES the outputs of the step, I’m speaking to the designer(s) with some feedback.

It feels strange and wonderful at the same time, hence wanting to share a quick

Papareil Synth Labs demo of the TPG800 for Roland JX-8p synthesizer

Published on May 3, 2019 papareil1024

“Demo of the tactile PG800 for Roland JX-8p synthesizers
Made with an Arduino Mega, a 3.2″ tft screen ,and a 6 pin DIN plug .
All JX-8p parameters are editable in instant access . The TPG800 containt a extensible library of +500 preset patches.
More to come soon …”

The Division Department 01/IV Analog Drum Machine Coming to SUPERBOOTH 19

Published on Feb 15, 2019

“Drum sounds from the 01/IV”

Anatomy of a voice

“The synthesis path includes various sound sources and modulation possibilities that favor sonic explorations”

“The repeat function can be activated to generate multiple triggers: rolls, flams, diddles. This feature is useful when emulating handclaps, snares or can be used in more unconventional sound creations. Mod

Bitty – Pocket-sized Drum Machine and Synthesizer by Curious Sound Objects

Published on Apr 30, 2019 Curious Sound Objects

Currently on Kickstarter

via Arduino.cc

“There are a wide variety of ways to create electronic music. For a capable machine that fits in the palm of your hand and is loud enough to use outdoors, however, it’s hard to imagine a battery-powered device cooler than Bitty from Curious Sound Objects.

The pocket-sized drum machine and synthesizer,

Per Kristian Risvik’s Digitron – Arduino Based Mellotron-style Sampling Instrument

The birth of my new instrument; the Digitron! Published on Dec 31, 2018 Per Kristian Risvik

“It will be a Mellotron-style sampling instrument which is using the Tsunami Super Wav Trigger. Making a Mellotron is a great excuse for getting into the world of Arduino, which is a superb platform for DIY. I’d like to give a big thanks to my good friend and electronics mentor par excellence; Terje