This is a Lunetta inspired sequencing and noise machine with logic gates, circuit bent toys and drum modules.
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I'm super busy so bear with me. Gulf Coast MakerCon is in less than two weeks, our makerspace soft opening is a week later and I'm doing the Galileo Hacks project with Make, so my dance card is full. I've made a lot of progress on the Lunettic, but I have not drawn up the schematics or any of the documentation stuff yet. So far I have 6 LFOs, 6 inverters, 1 multiplexer, 2 dividers, 4 10-step sequencers, 2 DACs, 1 optical DAC, 6 square wave VCOs, 6 voltage controlled switches, 2 FMVCOs, 1 voltage controlled stepped tone generator, one slacker melody generator and a four channel mixer with a built in amp and speaker. I'm planning to add 2 of Eric Archers mini space rocker drum modules, a very lo-fi snare module, another four channel mixer/amp combo and a couple of filters. It all had to be stage ready by Saturday, april 5 so I'm starting to sweat. No worries- more soon.
The first four modules have been completed. They are as follows-
-6x 40106 oscillators- three of them use .47uf caps and the other three use 10uf caps.
-6x 40106 inverters
-1 4040 divider
-1 4051 multiplexer
these modules are mounted in one PVC panel measuring 4"x11" and will be mounted in a case when the project is done.
The next panel will have two 6bit R2R DAC and three FM oscillators with CV in for pitch, FM and mod on/off as well as two pots to control pitch and modulation range,