Trumpet player Ed Ody wrote a very nice review of the RED – read it here:
Here’s a method I’ve been experimenting with for showing audio waveforms in VR.
My friend Old Crow’s Crowminius synth is now live on Kickstarter. Based on the Minimoog model D, this thing is a monster!
I’ve been working non-stop on this for the last couple of months (at the expense of all else as some of you know), and can finally share the fruit of those labors. It’s currently entered in two competitions, so please help us continue work on the app by voting here: http://www.istuary.com/pitch-competition-2015/281
More more information and to sign up for updates, visit: http://lyravr.com
Lyra won the first prize in the AR/VR Track of the Leap Motion 3DJAM!!!
Spot the TB2!
I ran into an issue with the Arduino Due clone boards I’ve been offering with the TB2 kits. It seemed the boards wouldn’t start properly when installed in the TB2 shield. After offering refunds and vowing to stop selling the clones, a customer alerted me to the fact that you simply need to press the reset button (circled in red below) on the board after plugging in the power for the TB2 to start properly.
I have a number of the clone Dues left, so I’ve decided to sell on the remaining stock. Just take note of the work-around if you decide to go for a clone. If not, genuine boards are available from Mouser.
Version 131 of the TB2 Quartet firmware adds a monophonic mode with 3 different input types (highest note, lowest note, and last note priority). There’s a new unison mode with adjustable spread and number of voices from 2 to 4. Portamento has also been implemented. The parameters for these features can be saved o a per patch basis.
A grad student in electronic engineering from Istanbul, Turkey shared these shots of his graduation project – based on the TB2.
Here’s what he wrote:
Looking at the last product that I made, it really has similarities with yours upon hardware and software design. I also really can say that I appreciate your design. I used a 16×4 LCD and I put some additional buttons. I left a gap in the upper right corner for a future sd card module. My design became actually a little bigger because I only had a chance of one layer pcb design:)
Very cool! (Click the pictures to enlarge)
Yes, while the manual is still a work in progress, you can now download the Attack! drum machine firmware for TB2 here .
Here’s a feature overview:
Here are the vital statistics:
– 6 voices
– 12-bit, 22kHz, stereo playback
– loads wav-files off SD card (NB: samples are truncated to the first 250ms only!)
– individual control per voice over pan, pitch, sample start/end, volume, bit reduction
– assign sample start, pitch, bit reduction and volume to velocity
– save and load kits on SD card
– 32 step sequence
– 8 sequences per bank
– save and load sequences on SD card
– live recording/overdubbing
– set 2 velocity levels per voice (normal and accent)
– supports flams (individual delay and decay settings per voice)
– automate sample start and pitch per voice
– MIDI in/out/sync
– bult-in grain effects