A full kit containing all parts to build the unit shown above. You just need to provide the tools, solder, computer and USB power supply! (An iphone/android USB charger works great)
Tom Whitwell from Music Thing Modular writes:
Axoloti is a very nice €65 audio board from Belgium, the closest thing I’ve yet seen to an Audio Arduino; lots of easy analog ins and outs for pots and switches, enough power to do interesting audio, and a nice visual patching system. A bit like a Nord Modular for 2016.
I’ve put together a simple control surface for my Axoloti; pots, buttons, LEDs and a joystick.
The BOM and PCB files (with a link to OSHPark to buy the PCBs direct) is here on Github: Axoloti Control Board.
It is all CC-BY-SA licensed so feel free to make and sell boards, so long as you credit me (Tom Whitwell / Music Thing Modular) and share any changes/improvements you make to the design.
Here’s a demo video showing a little Echophon/pitch shift patch – it can also happily play the .raw files from the Music Thing SD card.
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