microBeat (Minipops version) Demo

Order the microBeat PCB/Chip Combo $25 (Includes the chip/PCB combo)This is a PCB for the 8-Pin u02 Minipops chip.

It has potentiometers for tempo and pattern, switch for run/stop and power, leds for clock/reset outputs and a CR2032 battery holder in the back.
(Can also run on dual AA or AAA batteries, 3V)

microBeat

Measuring only 61x41mm makes the minipops rhythmbox pocket sized.

Included rhythms are Hard rock, Disco, Reggae, Rock, Samba, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Swing, Bossa Nova, Beguine, Synthpop, Boogie, Waltz, Jazz rock, Slow rock and the classic JM Oxygen.

Normally the chip is $20 and the PCB $20 at DSP Synthesizers but you can get the combo/kit here:

Order the microBeat PCB/Chip Combo $30
(Includes the chip/PCB combo)

Order the microBeat Full kit $50
(Includes chip, PCB and all the parts for building it, including knobs)

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3 Responses to “microBeat (Minipops version) Demo”

  1. Hackaday Links: June 25th, 2017 | Hackaday Says:

    […] You couldn’t change the patterns, you could only change the speed. [Jan] has created one of these prehistoric drum machines in a microcontroller. You get hard rock, disco, reggae, rock, samba, rumba, cha-cha, bossa nova, beguine, synthpop, […]

  2. Hackaday Links: June 25th, 2017 – High Tech Newz Says:

    […] You couldn’t change the patterns, you could only change the speed. [Jan] has created one of these prehistoric drum machines in a microcontroller. You get hard rock, disco, reggae, rock, samba, rumba, cha-cha, bossa nova, beguine, synthpop, […]

  3. Hackaday Links: June 25th, 2017 Says:

    […] patterns. You couldn’t change the patterns, you could only change the speed. [Jan] has created one of these prehistoric drum machines in a microcontroller. You get hard rock, disco, reggae, rock, samba, rumba, cha-cha, bossa nova, beguine, synthpop, […]

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