Ty Humphrey aka ‘Video Dub Poobah’ had a chance to test out a HDP video prototype at a live show put on by AnalogueHaven. Here is a shot of his setup at the show. Ty told me he ran it for 7 straight hours with no problem. I took a standard video player you can get from eBay and then converted it for eurorack use. Many people are not aware there is a video synthesis side to eurorack. One of the places you can find more info is HERE which is the video forum section at Muffwiggler.com
With most of my time being spent in euro these days I was missing some SID sounds. Yes I know there is a SID module out there, but I was missing Sammich, so I eurofied it! Conversion took a little bit of doing and some modifications were necessary. The biggest being the extra row of LED’s on top for the CV/Gate conversion indicators, but other than that I now have Sammich in my eurorack!
Ever have two modules go together so well, like peanut butter and jelly?
Well I have two so I decided they should marry and become one. Introducing the happy marriage of Grains from Ginko Synthese and Echo from Synthrotek!
I added a vactrol as a vca between them and the vca is normaled to the jacks so that patch is internal. However if you want to use the Echo and detach it from the grains, all you need to do is insert your new source into the ‘in’ jack.
Went a little crazy on the screenprint and tried a deep pink and subtle grey on a flat black panel.
Finally had a moment to try both of these modules head to head! Talko kicks much ass! With all of the CV control and the fact you can customize the samples using the original TI sample conversion software, what’s not to like. Plus no harming of any Speak & *’s has to happen! Long live the TI-99/4A! The Speak & Read says ‘here’ and ‘level’ only throughout this entire demo. Everything else is the Talko!!
Been working on this concept for a while now. Curious to see if there is interest. I find it great for live cross fading and also scratching effects with the CV straight into an Oscillator! Pics of the prototype. PDF Manual HERE!
Well, since there was no good news from Moog this year at Namm regarding Moog Eurorack modules, I guess I will move along my Moog Euro obsession by making my own! Next up the Minitaur. This has been the easiest to convert over to the euro standard so far. Makes me think Moog is just toying with the euro crowd at this point. Let’s hope they are working on modules for us euro freaks.