another rbss video

This is something I’ve been playing with for a little while, and the production firmware has now made this more usable — using the rbss as a source for audio. Check the video (and like and subscribe etc. please!)

an rbss video

What with all of the stuff that’s been happening, I completely forgot to post the latest video demonstrating the wonkystuff rbss module! This one ups the production values by actually using a tripod and recording the sound through a mixer. Wonders will never cease.

As the firmware for the rbss has been refined, we’ve been discovering more neat little tricks that the rbss can do, but those will have to wait for the next video.

rbss update

rbss ‘flatpack’

Thinking that the rbss might be available as a part-assembled kit for a small reduction in cost — the PCB would come with all of the surface-mount components already soldered, just meaning that the customer would need to solder the connectors and pots, and do the final assembly…

(Also shown: 25x70mm peelable vinyl sticker and 25mm button badge!)

new AE Modular Module on the way

This has been on the roadmap for a while, but we finally put together the first prototype today and are very pleased to announce that it worked first time 🙂 We present the random-bit-shift-sequencer (rbss)

There are a few experiments in here

  • our first surface mount module;
  • the part translucent panel;
  • the first design with in-situ-programming (so we can update the firmware!)

We think that it turned out Ok (all the experiments worked out as hoped, although we have a better panel design and colour scheme planned!)

mm33 mods…

The mm33 matrix mixer is designed to perform the mixing of audio or control signals without too many ‘bells and whistles’. Sometimes, however, it might be required that something different is needed, and that’s where this page comes in. We’re going to list a few things that you can change if you like — the intention is that this page might grow over time…

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You’ll all be glad to know that we just received some deliveries from our component suppliers and are able to start shifting the kits again. Pesky supply-chain!