Homemade instruments


#41

Here’s my most recent ‘thing’ (which I have already posted on here, but just in case you missed it).

I’ve actually just finished a new version of the PCB which is considerably narrower (8HP).

I’ve made a little case with 3 of these in all running different firmware. See www.cutlasses.co.uk for a bit more info…


#42

Nice. What are the features of the firmware variants?


#43

There’s the GlitchDelay, which was inspired by some of the Aleph patches from @dspk

The other one is still a work in progress. I’m calling it KhronoKrusher, it’s a delay (with adjstable lo-pass filter on feedback), going into reverb (freeverb), and finally into a bitcrusher. The plans is to be able to use it like a standard delay/reverb, and use the bitcrusher to splutter out the reverb tails.


#44

@marcus_fischer demo of the 3 firmware variants here


#45

DIY cracklebox, VHS tape stylophones and MFOS synth box housed in cigar boxes


#46

Does this count?:

My friends and I built a full size TARDIS console that’s a midi controller with ableton under the hood.


#47

Oooooooo how do the VHS stylophones work? Any directions online? They look so fun.


#48

Let me see if I can dig up documentation for it :sweat_smile:. I built it as part of a circuit building course a while ago.

It basically functions like a stylophone except pitch is not stepped (just glissando) with a tremolo section that can self-oscillate. The one on the bottom right has 2 tapes (I think VHS + 1/4") wired in series for more range.


#49