Redditor "Piper-Bob" asked for ideas on how to pair a Werkstatt with a Subharmonicon. One of the reasons I got a Werkstatt was because it had an LFO CV out that I could use with the Subharmonicon, so I recorded an (admittedly obvious) experiment that shows the LFO modulating the filter cutoff. After doing the recording, I wondered if there was a way to attenuate the LFO voltage coming from the Werkstatt so I could control how much the filter is opening. As it turns out, you can do that by simply running the signal through a potentiometer. Simple!
I've had my eye on the MiniDexed open source project for a while, ever since I saw a video about the project by Floyd Steinberg. Eight DX7s on a Raspberry Pi? Heck yeah! This week, I finally ordered hardware: * Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 2019 Quad Core 64 Bit WiFi
I closed up the case on my Baby-10 sequencer project. Here's a demo video and a list of what I learned.
I recently finished my Baby-10 sequencer and used it to drive my Werkstatt as part of a recent musical project. While there were a couple of problems with the build that I'm not completely happy with, completing this project has really sparked my interest in building synthesizer modules from scratch.