So far happy with this minimal setup : random LFO, resonator module, and texture synthesizer + DIY wooden case
That’s a cool machine you have there. I saw some guys use something very similar looking down in mexico.
Let’s hear it!
w.i.p. : experiment to generate cv signals of volca modular (as sample&hold module) to trigger rings sound with diy drone synth (re-purposed to active it when connect if touch on conductive materials : metal, fruit, plant, etc), then process to eurorack modular granular processor / clouds.
working on a new piece of hardware
A small handful of folks know the inner workings, but I just had to share since getting to this prototype
moment feels like a milestone!
gulls & sand
kit built wild noise thing. thanks @Cementimental
Jamuary’s starting point. An attempt to break out of comfortable habits and limit the impulse to just keep adding more hardware.
I’m calling it YAGNI (“You Aren’t Gonna Need It”).
Dual Wasp crossover filter. DIY on strip board. Runs from a 15v Eurorack DC adapter, regulated to 12v single supply in the board.
I’ve always wanted to work with these, do you have some documentation with them? Mind if I ask your source?
can’t remember where i got them…properly some physics demonstration tool shop. Completely forgot I had them and played with it yesterday.
I love how you have the Elektron boxes set up. I can’t figure out how you are able to have cords sticking out the back, they seem so flush. All right angle? Anyways looks lovely, and makes me want to make music.
Live looping setup with volca modular as only sound source, hardware looper, and effects pedal
yea they are all flush! that octa had been severely partied on when i got it (non working , to fix up and sell) but i figured why not and just routed out the front bottom of the enclosure where i could instead, which facillates the space for cable plumbing. So far so good, i’m delighted to have one of my ideas seemingly work out
not neccesary “music instrument”, but it is my main tool for creation. so in a sense it is intrument
got this opera rotas in the mail, today, and fiddled with it for a couple hours while watching rome burn. it’s as fun an instrument as it is frustrating—a lot of each.