Casperelectronics and Bastl Instruments announced OMSynth miniLab

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I really love the latest release of Bastl Instruments and Casper Electronics. Today, both companies announced a next new Synthesizer product. OMSynth miniLab is an open modular Synthesizer for inventors and really invite users to experiment with their own circuits. Really looking forward for more demonstrations of this new sound machine.

The OMSynth (Open Modular Synthesizer) is an electronic musical instrument development interface that embodies the ethos and technical methodology of modular synthesis but is designed specifically for inventors. One way this is achieved is by encouraging invention to start at the breadboard level. From here circuits can be built up to robust, road ready instruments. By starting at the breadboard circuits are cheap and flexible and the inventor is free to quickly build and change designs without fighting against a high level form factor.

FEATURES: 3 channel audio mixer 1 Watt audio amplifier and built in speaker and ¼” audio output jack 5 modular potentiometers 3 modular DPDT latching pushbuttons Circuit prototyping area

POWER The power regulator section of the Miniab provides a + & – 5VDC power supply from a single 9 volt battery or wall supply. This power supply level allows for classic analog designs, logic circuits and modern microprocessors to operate on the same voltage. The primary goal is to allow the integration of analog and binary chips such as operational amplifiers and CMOS logic chips.

SOUND A small amp and speaker are provided that is primarily intended for prototyping purposes but is plenty loud enough for personal use. An unamplified signal is available from a 1/4″ audio jack. Plugging into this jack deactivates the amplifier.

HARDWARE The hardware bored provides 6 potentiometers and 3 latching pushbuttons. This board can be broken off of the power board and placed below the breadboard

More Informations here: OMSynth miniLab

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