two devices to one host switch in eurorack format
can be used to switch between grid / keyboard, or grid / arc
(could likely be used with other devices but these are the 2 combos i tested specifically)
provides power to the currently selected device
can be powered from eurorack or from a USB power supply
make sure to provide enough power - grids can draw up to 600mA!
also make sure to not connect both euro and USB power at the same time
4hp, very shallow
a limited number of 1u faceplates will also be available,
compatible with both intellijel and pulp logic 1u formats (22hp)
price and availability:
module - US$60
1u faceplate - US$10
this includes shipping within Canada and US, international shipping is $10
still a few available, if you’d like one send me a message.
huge thanks to @MengQiMusic for making this possible!
i never thought i’d ever get to release a module…
Is that a USB-A jack underneath the panel near the module top? If so, what for?
I realize this is probably mostly aimed at Grid sharing, but: could this be used to switch a (typing) keyboard between Teletype and a computer? Monome Switch does not do this properly.
2a. Actually maybe that’s a bad assumption. Could this be used to share a Grid to two hosts?
out of curiosity, are there plans for a one>two that replaces that classic switch functionality? perhaps that’s less helpful now that ansible and teletype do so much in the eurorack space, but I’d I still think it makes sense in some use cases (swapping between ansible/teletype and norns, perhaps).
again, awesome work. love that it’s easily adaptable from 3u to 1u.
For that side of things, I wound up getting a Logitech K780 keyboard. It can switch between 3 different devices smoothly and instantly, via both Bluetooth and Logitech Unifying dongles (which work fine with Teletype).
we didn’t do anything specifically to address the noise issue, so i imagine it’ll be similar to existing setups - if you power it from the same euro busboard and you had noise before you’ll likely get noise with two>one (and if you were able to reduce noise by powering externally it should be the case with two>one powered from the same power supply).