Sonic Potions is developing a DIY drum machine
Sonic Potions is currently working on a new DIY digital drum machine with built-in step sequencer.
The name of the new Sonic Potions drum machine is still unknown, but the creator posted the first details of the module:
- Based on a Cortex M4 chip
- Audio resolution: 16-bit / 44kHz
- 6 voices (VA and FM)
- 7 tracks for the sequencer (dedicated open charley channel), each one with its own length
- 4 audio engines
- 6 LFOs that can be routing to any voice parameter
- 1/128 step resolution
- Possibility to chain 8 patterns per preset
- 39 buttons
- SD card support
- USB and MIDI Din ports
- 4 mono outputs
- Open source
The kit won't need any SMD soldering. Pricing is set to 120€ for the PCBset /mainboard only and 280€ for the full kit, international shipping fees are 10€. Availability is still to be announced. More information soon on www.sonic-potions.com.
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