Archive for July, 2017

Synsonique Drum now available

July 23, 2017

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This is a remake of the classic Synsonic drum.
This one is pocket size, 92x76mm and uses touch pads instead of piezo sensors.
You play it with your fingers.

Features:
4 Drum sounds with touch pads.
Tuning knob.
Runs on a CR2032 battery.

A great rainy summer day project and probably the easiest DIY kit ever made.
Great for beginners.

Order the Synsonique Kit $30

Order the Synsonique Prebuilt $49

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u808 drums is now open-source

July 20, 2017

The u808 drum chip is now open-source.

The code is available in the 3HP Paperface page to the right.

CZ1 is now open-source

July 19, 2017

The CZ1 Phase Distortion chip, used in the CZ-VCO, is now open-source.

The code is available in the 3HP Paperface page to the right.

New 3HP Paperface OSC Euro Modules

July 17, 2017

 

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A new line of 3HP euro Oscillator modules are released today.

The are called the Paperface line because of their white classic panels.

The Paperface line includes the PD module, a phase distorsion oscillator, the PS module, a SuperSAW oscillator and the DSP Camelion, A DSP module that can be reprogrammed with a wavefile through the audio out port without a programmer.

Available both as a DIY kit for $39 and Prebuilt for $49.

Check them out at http://www.dspsynth.eu among other cool DIY stuff.

You’ll also find it as DIY in the menu to the right.

Synsonique Drum

July 10, 2017

This is a remake of the classic Synsonic drum.
This one is pocket size, 92x76mm and uses touch pads instead of piezo sensors.
You play it with your fingers.

And it uses the TinyAudioBootloader so you can upload new firmware and drum sounds through the audiojack. No programmer required.

Features:
4 Drum sounds with touch pads.
Tuning knob.
Runs on a CR2032 battery.

A great rainy summer day project and probably the easiest DIY kit ever made.
Great for beginners.

Order the Synsonique Full Kit $30

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Summer Audio hacking with the esp8266

July 4, 2017

Wemos Audio

Today we start a series of articles on creating synthesizers with the esp8266.

The esp8266 is quite powerful for audio applications with a CPU frequency of 160MHz and 4MB flash and easily outperforms the Volca Sample with a WiFi/Web GUI.

We will use the Wemos D1 Mini board with the Arduino IDE and all the source will be available.

The series starts off today with creating the 44.1KHz, 16-bit PDM Audio DAC.

If you have no clue about soldering but still want to follow you can order the Wemos D1 Mini with a 3.5mm Audio jack prebuilt.

Order the Wemos D1 Mini Audio $10

Here is the series

Happy hacking!

Summer Sale on DIY mini-TS PCB

July 3, 2017

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Are you doing some musical hacks this summer instead of catching some sun?

There is a summer sale on the mini-TS PCB this week.

The PCB is only $12 on the sale.

It can be built as a 2 octave MIDI keyboard, CV keyboard or as a full synth.

Get the PCB and join the build.

Order the mini-TS PCB $12 including shipping.