aaaaaand here they is
sadly i cant quite say it was a *nice* trip
the parts for the mixer module showed up but the knobs dont fit the pots snugly and also are like twice the size i was expecting, so it looks like im gonna need to make another order. neither the pcbs nor the panels have arrived yet, so no big deal.
also i'm working on an online store for selling modules/kits/pcbs/panels/whatever, as well as a ✨pretty✨ informational site, because i cant be arsed to completely re-style the canned online storefront im using lmao. plus the info site is gonna have a little wiki explaining all kinds of modular stuff to help beginners get started. so expect that soon-ish!
with my recent modular synth fiddlings eating up the little money i have, i thought it appropriate to address some things before i start asking internet strangers for money again: https://www.patreon.com/posts/35057568
oh and the caps i ordered ended up being much bigger than i was expecting, so i had to cram them in there bent like that. that's an easy thing to fix for next time though
boy, essential tremor does NOT make it easy to solder. this one was especially rough since i haven't soldered anything in at least a year. but! it works! here it is powering a couple other modules, complete with warped 3d-printed test panel and janky led i had to remove and flip around cause i got it backwards in the schematic lmao
this one is unusually expensive because i need a particular $14 inverting DC/DC converter for it and i can't really work around it. i'm anticipating future simple modules being cheaper
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