BARTON MUSICAL CIRCUITS
This circuit takes a continuously variable dc voltage and outputs only voltages related to each other musically, using the 1v/octave standard. It utilizes a preprogrammed PIC which is included with purchase of a PCB. It is has a very low parts count, requires no calibration, and is small enough to be used either as a seperate synth module or as a daughter board to be attached to the input of an oscillator or output of a sequencer/s&h/other cv generator. For schematic, bill of materials and theory of operation for newer boards, download this PDF file. For Troubleshooting common problems see this page. SIMPLE CV QUANTIZER
DIY stompboxes For the guys that use sheet music onstage, check out my iPad app! Over the years I have created my charts in Sibelius and saved them as PDF. I’ve always wanted a device that I could carry with me to replace the multiple binders that I use for all of my gigs. I would have one binder per band and sometimes they would be rather large (3″ binders).
Building and applying a Vactrol Building and applying a Vactrol28.06.2010 20:21:37 Today at RuinWesen we bring you another technical blog. This time, we will be discussing the construction and applications of a Vactrol. Vactrol
Bio Engineer and musician Noah Vawter is best known for inventing Ambient Addition, the 1-bit groovebox, PSPKick and combyop synthesis. In each of these musical instruments, he combines math and design ideas to illuminate the situation around music, encouraging the democratic notions of freedom and cooperation. He is currently a Ph. D. candidate studying with the Computing Culture Research Group at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Noah Vawter
1 Bit Groovebox
Electric Eels 8/2/2010 - Michael and Noah share some research into acoustics which can increase the efficiency of selectively-chosen, yet reasonably-priced woofers. Yes, for those who love to get down and to the source, I can heartily recommend Keele's paper and especially On the Specification of Moving-Coil Drivers for Low-Frequency Horn-Loaded Loudspeakers, from W. Marshall Leach, Jr.
Vaco Loco Paul Maddox
Tron is a simple 16 step, 8 part drum pattern programmer. It isn't as fully featured as others, nor as expensive. It's designed to be small, cheap and simple to use. It also sits well with GorF and Zira. I've long been wanting a drum pattern programmer to drive my Chameleon when it's running the fahrenheit soundskin to drive the TR-808 sounds. TRON drummer
Available Now! Gorf is a simple 8 step sequencer. It isn't as clever or complex as the Sequentix P3 nor as expensive as certain other sequencers. I was bored one sunday, and wanted to build a simple sequencer I could use to test Defender and other synths I was building. I wanted something simple, small and that only used bits I had lying around, So Gorf was born. GORF seq
ADASYNTH Anonymous asked: Any news about the project? Have you had the time to get back on it? Been trying to make a living with indie app development.
Monday 04.03.2006 6pm came home today to find the 9090 PCBs from Trevor came through my mail slot. 2 PCBs and 4 ICs. 9090 boards from trevor arrived I found some nice scans of the PCBs on c0nsumer's 9090 wiki. PCB scans Tuesday 05.09.2006 subatomic
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Meeblip John Grahame
Hey, nice to hear that. Yes, there were some changes to the hardware and the project, we will post those when possible. Arduino Forum
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Willzyx James Wilsey
subatomic worklog x0xb0x worklog Tues 10.25.2005 6:30pm I happened to be home sick today.
I created this guide to mod my x0xb0x as shown above, it's mostly cut-n-paste from the x0xd0x wiki, with several annotations, parts lists, wiring diagrams, and other clarifications made by myself... Basically I did this so I could have a paper copy while I worked... Feel free to integrate any of this info back up to the x0xd0x wiki. subatomic mod guide
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(or, "Snuggling with Sandin") --Originally for a lecture at Bent 2010-- Wed Apr 28 14:19:16 EDT 2010 Video Mess Tool
2013 in products – Modules The biggest thing at Mutable Instruments in 2013 was the introduction of a new line of Eurorack modules – something I started working on in september 2012. Getting the first prototypes was easy, but all kinds of problems had to be solved for the first time to turn them into products. Finding partners for panel manufacturing, PCB assembly, module assembly & packaging, and getting all the details right took a lot of time, sweat and tears… But in fine the whole process – from a concept to a carton of modules ready to be delivered to Schneiders – is now something we feel very familiar with! 5 modules have been released: Braids (a multi-synthesis digital oscillator), Grids (an algorithmic drum pattern generator), Ripples (a sweet filter+VCA), Edges (a quadruple console/home-computer style oscillator), and Links (a buffered multiple/mixer). Shruthi-1
Adventure Kid » Single cycle waveforms
The S0und 0f L0g1c
A Magic Whistle
PICsynth Kevin Godwin
I<3Fuzz • View topic - work-in-progress DIY looper/glitcher