Another cool DIY module I will show at superbooth, an Arduino Nano based clock mangler. Its open source firmware allows you to learn programming for synthesizers clock applications as well as creating your custom firmware for your own application. Think about a clock sequencer, a binary counter, random clocks generator, etc… Oh and it has fancy RGB leds.
Today I picked up from the powder coating company all the front and bottom panels for the MIDI controllers. 100kg of steel and aluminium parts. It was done in Germany in Gronau just across the border. Check out the size of the oven. Tomorrow the front panels get screen printed in another city nearby.
I will show and demonstrate a number of DIY Eurorack modules. Easy builds on a reasonable budget. Here is one I like a lot, a STM32 Arduino-compatible trigger/gate to CV module. Can be a ADSR, dual LFO, random CV generator, melody/sequencer generator, etc.. I have programmed solid firmwares for an ADSR and dual LFO.
Great progress done this week to prepare for the show. Time to relax with some retro games. You can try the SoundForce arcade yourself at booth 0542.
I will be at SuperBooth in Berlin this year exhibiting 3 new controllers as well as some DIY eurorack projects. Booth 0542:
As I am working hard preparing the new products, I will post more updates and cool stuff about the process of making those products as a countdown to SuperBooth.
Come along to check out the controllers or just say hi!