... teensy 3.1/3.2 6-channel trigger generator/clock distributor.
- teensy 3.2 @ 120MHz, w/ 128x64 OLED
- 16.67kHz update rate, < 100us trigger-to-output latency
- 2 clock inputs (> 100k input impedance; threshold ~ 2.5V)
- 4 CV inputs (100k input impedance, -/+ 5V, assignable to (almost) any parameter)
- 6 clock outputs (5 digital, 1 DAC (12 bit): 10V (GPIO), -/+ 6V (DAC))
- two encoders w/ switch; 2 tactile buttons.
- 14HP, ~ 25 mm Depth
- stupid name courtesy of M. Louis Lapicque
6 (independent) channels / 6 modes per channel:
- trigger sequencer/sequence editor
- clock division/multiplication
- random w/ threshold
- logic (AND, OR, XOR, NAND, NOR, XNOR)
- DAC (channel #4 only): random, binary, "Turing", logistic, sequencer/arpeggiator
i can't seem to access any of the older threads, so here's a dedicated one for this thing, too (the one on the right):
ie, the firmware/documentation/build guide is up (sorry i took a little longer than expected):
i'm out of boards, so that'll mostly interest people who already have one. (though the gerbers are on github, too). it's a fairly quick/simple thing to solder up.
i'm not quite sure why i made this; but it's ok fun, it turns out.