I am working on a new series of Kipple. Called the wooden men.
Each man is being hand carved, painted and will be in boxes.
All the wood comes from driftwood found on the shores of Nesodden, or waste wood from my chippy neighbour.
Anyway, heres some WIP.
For a few months now I have been soldering and building like crazy to add to my modular synth. It all started when my friend David sent me links to some module DIY site, and I ordered a few. I have been less interested in buying finished modules for a while due to the price, but suddenly, I found out that there are literally THOUSANDS of kit manufacturers out there, since I last built stuff (the Blacet modules).
And its not really all that expensive. most kits come with a faceplate an a PCB and any interesting chips, but you have to get all the other components yourself. Of course you dont just buy 1x 100k resistor you buy 50, and soon you have a little repository of components so you dont have to even order that much.
The whole Euro rack, there another one on the way!
This incomplete box is from when I started and went for Frac rack. I love the Blacet (and Paia) modules, but Im sticking to Eurorack from now on… but no one makes a euro Binary Zone.. if it wasnt for that! Oh and the Roland D2 in front.
The Mobius sequencer, the repeater looper/sampler and the Proteus 2000.
2 mixers and a patch bay, looks simple? Look round the back
the whole Turing machine (3 modules linked together) and the DNQ a double quantiser.
The main part of the Turing machine
Its quite pretty, with its black circuit board… I should wear one!
This wonderful project is so elegant and clever in its design… only a doofus would solder something on the wrong side of the board… er.. yes…
The Barton Arpeggiator and its expander unit.
The other eko
2 tiny little modules, Th DDN is just 2 triggered noise blasts with varable decays, and the eko is an echo (der) with CV-able delay speed, I made 2 of these.
A rather complex module that really just handles octaves and transpositions, still trying to get this one to work properly.