Drum8 Vintage available

The Drum8 Vintage is available from today.

Featuring the new u808 chip it has 8 polyphonic vintage drum sounds.

If you already have a Drum8 module the chip is a drop in replacement.

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Order the u808 chip $20 including international shipping

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The module is a limited edition run and only available in a series of 10 modules.

Sound inspired by the classic 808 rhythm composer.

Featuring 8 Positive edge trigger inputs it also has a global analog accent CV input with a range of +6db to +48db, a global tune knob and a CV for sample rate modulation of 15% to 400% and a mono Output.

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One Response to “Drum8 Vintage available”

  1. 808 Drum Machine In An ATTiny 14-Pin Chip | Hackaday Says:

    […] You may not know the 808 drum machine, but you have definitely heard it: the original Roland TR-808 was the first programmable drum machine and has been a mainstay of electronic music ever since. Hackers have been building their own versions of this vintage device for years, but this version from do-it-yourself synth builder [Jan Ostman] is quite remarkable. […]

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