Glad to finally have working PSU and enough cables to start getting some noise out of this thing
Spent a few hours today at a dutch makerspace, managed to laser cut about half of the acrylic parts for the arc clone group buy. Laser cutting is fun!
My friend has consistently urged me to continue to explore some concepts that only require the Octatrack, so I decided to reformat my workspace and move my main case out of the way. This fall, I’ll try to continue developing those.
Meanwhile, I figured I’d continue to tinker with my MAX+gestural case in solo and small group formats possibly. So I threw that in the bottom of a two tier stand. Fits pretty well!
Wondering if you could give me your thoughts on the Ts-L? On the brink of ordering one but haven’t seen that many people using them to ask opinions. Cheers!
I started recording today with this. I’m really enjoying having everything battery-powered (and using the weird internal mic on the r16). It’s not for everything but I like it.
I do like the curly lead
and the kitty (black and white cats are the best)
Schneiders Laden is the evil
rispondo in italiano che in inglese non rende… mo’ che è ‘sto Sport Modular?
mo’ pure lo Sport Modular devo prendere?
It’s a modular system you attach to your wrist when you go running.
No wait. It’s actually this module.
It looks like a prank but it’s actually pretty comprehensive. (Taken from http://navsmodularlab.blogspot.com/2011/10/sport-modulator-explained.html ).
So many memories as a kid tapping on one of those. Thanks for thr nostalgia blast
frap tools with the power on the side?
Frap case with MMI USB power stick… but I only bothered to solder on two headers
It’s attached to the bottom of the case with 3M double-stick foam squares.
You have achieved the dream. Silent case!
Ah, the Casio VL-Tone! My first digital synthesizer in December 1981 – one year before my first analogue synthesizer in December 1982, a Korg MS-20. I then used the VL-Tone as a sequencer for the MS-20 via its External Signal Processor.