There’s been a mention of the mm33 over at Strong Mocha – looks like word is getting out…
Over on youtube, The 5th Volt has received an mm33 kit and shot a build video and a couple of audio demos — check it out!
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…Continue reading “mm33 mods…”
It’s nice to see that the mm33 is getting out to its first customers — positive responses so far too… this one from the Tangible Waves AE Modular forum
The initial run is nearly sold out now, so we are just considering updates to the design before sending out for a second run — many thanks to all of our customers so far!
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!
Those of you who are on facebook and follow Tangible Waves might have seen their post a couple of days ago about a new module that we have been collaborating on — an oscilloscope!
We are proud to have been involved in writing the firmware for this device and can’t wait to get one in the rack!
The collaboration was sparked following a post on instagram of a tiny ‘scope that we were playing with. That might yet see the light of day (but obviously not in AEModular format) — we’ll see how it goes…
Exciting times! Check out Tangible Waves for more details as and when they appear…
After far too long (it seems), we have just released our first module for the AE Modular modular synthesiser system from Tangible Waves! It can now be seen alongside all of the other modules in the AE Modular Wiki.
The module is a 3×3 matrix mixer with buffered outputs, suitable for audio and control-signal mixing. We’ll put a video up on our YouTube channel at some point over the next few days showing it in use. The front panel can even be flipped over for a choice of look!
We thought that it was about time that we started a YouTube channel, where we can demo stuff etc. so here it is!
Until we’ve got 100 subscribers and been live for 30 days, the URL is a bit unwieldy, but hopefully we can get a few people on board…
The easiest way to subscribe is to watch the video in YouTube and click subscribe while you’re there!
It’s been a long time, but things are still slowly chugging along here at wonkystuff. Obviously the pandemic stuff prevented us from running the April show, but we hope to start doing live stuff again just as soon as we can.
In the mean time, there are a couple of hardware announcements:
- There will be a new version of the wonkystuff Core1 board (revision C) available soon – this time we have a front panel and a square-wave sub-oscillator output too.
- We’re toying with the idea of producing programmed chips (such as oscillators, envelope generators), and have the first one basically done (there’ll be another post soon).
Anyway, that’s it for now – stay safe everyone!
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