grouped into powers of four: 1, 4, 16. to address different levels of granularity. no visual feedback, just high quality pots. usb-midi for plug-and-play compliance, CC 1-21
i basically created a 128 grid sized shield for the teensy 3.1. or, it could just be considered a very expensive wire harness. the board uses the same high quality Alpha pots we import directly for our eurorack modules. the teensy code has one stage of noise filtering and is incredibly responsive.
this is quite possibly the nicest dumb-knob controller i’ve ever used. there is no dead zone on either end of the potentiometer with excellent linearity and virtually no noise.
i designed this form factor with intention of mounting it in a leftover walnut enclosure i have, but i ended up just hand-drilling a top plate and using it enclosure-less.