Solina keyboard house synth with reverb

Evaluating some Accutronics BTDR-2 reverb bricks.

These will turn my Solina string synth into a real house synth.

When these keyboards turn into some hype, I’m not sure how to manage distributing them around the globe?



9 Responses to “Solina keyboard house synth with reverb”

  1. alon Says:

    have you thought maybe using the FV-1 for effects in general and specially reverb?
    way more flexible, Im pretty sure that is more chip, way way more small (soic packaged IC) and you can include many many more effects into a tiny IC (that will fit in your garageKeys ๐Ÿ˜‰ )
    even if not, maybe you’d like to have a look on it ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • janostman Says:

      Definitly gonna check it out.
      Thanks for the tip.

    • janostman Says:

      Ok, got a free sample of the Spin FV-1. Looks like a fun chip ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Alon Says:

        What do you mean you got a free sample?

      • Alon Says:

        By the way, update me please how is it going with it, I’m thinking about getting one for a high res VCF (because it’s 24bit IO) and one for my diy SynthGuitar

        But too afraid of the programming stage, it looks so difficult to program it when I’m already used to arduino

      • janostman Says:

        As developer and manufacturer I can enjoy things like free samples.

        But yes I will keep you informed becase this will become the Spin Shield for Arduino.

      • janostman Says:

        And the shield will have a library.
        No SpinAsm ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Alon Says:

        Actually, the fv-1 is not programmable, only the EEPROM which contain custom dsp programs.

      • janostman Says:

        It is programmable but as you say through an EEPROM.
        There are 2 ways to solve that on a shield, dual shared EEPROM on the ATmega or I2C emulation doing rid of the memory chip.

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