The Tiny TS – A DIY Touch Synthesizer

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The Tiny TS is a credit card sized (100x65mm) fully open-sourced synthesizer with a 1-octave capacitive touch keyboard.

It has Audio/CV/Gate outputs and 6 synth parameter dials.

If you don’t like the onboard sound of the synth, the CV’s output 1V/oct and Gate from the keyboard so teams well with my other oscillator chips.

This will be this christmas DIY kit to play with.

The synthesizer parameter knobs are:
DCO: Coarse pitch and Double. The CV out follows the keyboard and coarse pitch.
DCF: Filter peak and ENVmod.
ENV: Attack and Release affecting amplitude.

And it will be cheap:
$20 for the PCB only.
$30 for PCB and a preprogrammed chip.
$50 for full kit with all the parts.
$60 prebuilt plug&play.

Support the http://igg.me/at/TinyTS Indiegogo campaign to get one.

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2 Responses to “The Tiny TS – A DIY Touch Synthesizer”

  1. This tiny synth is the size of a credit card - Dreammy Blog Says:

    […] Synthtopia reports, the Tiny TS is the size of a credit card and has been created by independent developer Jan Ostman, who also makes his own synth […]

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    […] Synthtopia reports, the Tiny TS is the size of a credit card and has been created by independent developer Jan Ostman, who also makes his own synth […]

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