I've made some adapter boards based on Tom Whitwell's marvelous Radio Music module. To clarify, these are designed to take a Teensy 3.1/3.2 running Radio Music (or other compatible firmware, a la Prok Drums) and break them out into AE voltages.
In accordance with Tom's / Music Thing's licensing, I'm going to release everything open source so anyone who's interested can create/modify this design to their hearts content.
As Teensies are widely unavailable right now, I'm considering making a pin compatible board running a port of radio music so people could get grooving in the meantime. That being said, I haven't even started such a project, so I really don't have a timeline.
Alternatively, Prok drum partial kits (including the required Teensy) are available right now on Thonk. That's the avenue I took for this first round. If you'd like to hear them in action, I used them extensively in the recent AEtherwaves comp: aetherwaves.bandcamp.com/track/talk-smak-get-smakked
Worth noting, but as I have no formal association with the folk at Prok, I'm not going to be offering this front panel design for sale, but I'll probably create one with more generic terms on the front like 'Radio' and 'Drum'.
Lastly, I'm thinking I'm going to offer these modules as DIY kits, but I'm curious to hear what people think in general.
Radio Music module! I just inherited more than a dozen old short wave radios from the passing of an old friend who collected everything and produced great experimental films and music (I was his graphic designer. We met at a record store in high school.) This will be a perfect addition to the AE system! And that aluminum case - so elegant and functional with the power hinges, screwless module connection, etc.