That first one was so eerie, I think it would fit nicely in a horror movie set inside a submarine.
Are all those modules up the top in black diy? Could be my eyes but if so that's pretty impressive.
Hi! maydonpoliris thank you very much; you always says kind words!
I spent the last month soldering! All the black face modules are DIY, some I already have (heritage for the last owner) and maked some mods..and the rest are all diy with tutorials of the forum! Sorry that´s no much musical, but I still learning how it works!
Great sounds! Mind sharing some more info about the modules you've built?
thanks! of course! this is the spirit of the forum! I will mention the modules, and if someone it's interested, maybe will be open a thread in DIY sub-forum..I'm still learning and appreciated your knowledge or collab...
the first from the left are the thundersound module of NightMachines, baby step sequencer *I didn't do it, 2x Diy Grains (thanks to bea5t for post it), simple vactrol LPG (i found in the web), 2 x melody generator *from the electro-music forum and this fantastic serie of CMOS chips hackaday.com/2015/05/04/logic-noise-taming-the-wild-shift-register/ , 2x 8bit drum based on Jan Ostman code from this video , simple AD envelope *not working properly, 2x dividers (circuit I found in the web and product of experimentation on the protoboard, uses CMOS), and last a DIY uBase for uModules *sorry robertlanger for this abomination!.
Would love to know more about the diy ubase and melody maker Edit:just worked out the melody maker is part of the link you provided. Cheers.
Yeah! I try to understand well, how it functioning. I´ts a pair of specific CMOS chips (a counter and a multiplexer); that receive a input (ex. a OSC) and 3 variables (ex. 3 LFO) and output a pattern. If you use a Quantizer, you have a "melody". In the link are well explain; but feel free to ask anything!