+1justin3am wrote:Great work. The spring reverbs are awesome too!
I like your way with a wooden enclosure Knockman, so simple and elegant.
Yeah, those are the original black acrylic panels; they're laser-etched and you have to paint in the red yourself.justin3am wrote:Fantastic work! Love the look of you black and red TM+expanders.
How do you like the Sample Slicer? I think shamman has one as well. I was thinking of getting the kit from Modular Addict.
agreed. you've got a really nice aesthetic going on there.justin3am wrote:Great work! All of your projects have so much character!
Thanks again for sharing.
Monstrously awesome!knockman wrote: ↑Sun Aug 26, 2018 4:13 amI've had several builds on the go these past few months and made a concerted effort to finish off a handful. Still a few more yet to complete but I just finished a dual ADSR module that means I can make more sense of what I've got so far
Here's the latest stuff:
Drum sequencer - combines Look Mum No Computer's Big Button with a Wav Trigger. I extended the Wav Trigger's SD card slot to make it accessible from the front in order to swap out different drum kits. Also made it patch-able and built a 'trigger box' that plugs into my Korg SAS-20 so I can access its individual drum sounds. Big thanks to aciddose for helping me on this in another thread
A dual ADSR with trigger to gate converter
ADSR 1 is Arduino based: http://m0xpd.blogspot.com/2017/02/signa ... duino.html
ADSR 2 is from Practical Electronics (Jan 1979). Paul in the Lab kindly posted a scan online: https://paulinthelab.blogspot.com/2015/03/
The trigger to gate converter is just a 555 circuit. Here's the guts:
Next up, a case for these modules - they can easily be swapped in and out, being held snug by strips of neoprene rubber.
At the bottom is another Look Mum No Computer project - an Arduino based step sequencer
Finally, here's a video of this stuff in action - hooked up to a tangible waves AE Modular, plus a few other bits and pieces (apologies as it goes on a bit):
Still to finish building - a couple more filters and some buffered multiples.