$129 8-bit digital synth module

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Re: $129 8-bit digital synth module

Post by eucarya » Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:36 am

paugui wrote:
Sir Ruff wrote:On a side note, when is the next round of Shrutis going to be available? Still annoyed I didn't buy when they were actually (briefly) available.
According to Olivier, he intends to make Shruthis available every month, from what he told me.
I have the original one (still unassembled) and would definitely like to get my hands on one of the new ones, especially since the filter is different.
Need one of these. No reply from website contact. Are these ultra-ultra-limited?

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Re: $129 8-bit digital synth module

Post by skweeegor » Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:51 am

Na, he just does relatively small runs every once in a while. Hang around the forum to find out when the next stock will be.

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Re: $129 8-bit digital synth module

Post by Sir Nose » Sun Feb 13, 2011 6:07 pm

The meeblip sounds pretty good especially in the low end. Fun, easy to use box with a nice sounding filter.
They are changing the power supply from usb to 9V
currently there is only one env that the amp and filter share or you can select a gate
midi CCs and PWM waveform added
You need to purchase a $20-$30 AVR programmer to update the firmware.
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