Author: herr schulz

Beginner’s workshop w/ Livestockelectronics

This month’s Beginners Workshop is a special edition! Besides introducing you to the basics of patching a modular synth we are also joined by the lovely people of LIVESTOCKELECTRONICS, a new manufacturer from the Netherlands we are sure you will hear from in the future. They will bring a bunch of their new modules – among these a superinteresting sequencer called shepard,  a performance router / mixer called maze and some ultra-useful utilities. Although we are all nerds here we won’t get too technical.  Along the way we will show you basic patch techniques as well as tell you some anecdotes about the history of (modular) synths plus some insights into the module manufacturing business! Workshop starts 6pm | In our showroom at Kotti above Kaiser’s supermarket (ring at: schneidersladen) | The workshop is limited to 15 participants. Please register under tc@schneidersladen.de (Thomas) Looking Forward To See...

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Monday: Bastl DIY workshop with Berlin Modular

Berlin Modular, the new modular synth community from our fine town, present their first gathering: a DIY session with Bastl Instruments on Monday 26th at SPEKTRUM. Participation in the workshop is free, the Bastl DIY kits can be purchased for a reduced price on location – Please send an email to berlinmodular@gmail.com ASAP to let them know which kit you would like to reserve.. Four spots only are left so better hurry up. More infos on Spektrum’s website and in the FB event. Monday, September 26th at 19:30h Spektrum Berlin Bürknerstr. 12 12047 Berlin...

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Harrrrrrrvestman galore!

We got a solid delivery of Harvestman (aka Industrial Music Electronics) today and finally have the awesome sequencer Stillson Hammer Mk2 back is stock. After two years the Lider Suboctave is available from us as well and some other modules that weren’t in for some months, too. Check out what’s in stock...

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firmware upgrades – Octocontroller & Tempi

Even good digital modules do need firmware upgrades from time to time, either for bugfixing or for implementing new functions. Here’s two recent updates: Abstract Data’s ADE-32 Octocontroller will receive an update soon, CLICK HERE to see the newest manual showing the firmware update procedure. Justim from AD says: “The upgrade is free and optional – the only 2x bug fixes are both pretty obscure but I am hoping it’ll be popular (and worth the time/cost of development!). To upgrade – customers will need to purchase a standard 5V USB to FTDI cable. This is the same cable that is now used by some of the Arduino boards, Raspbery Pi, Beagle etc. It’ll be used for all future Abstract Data digital modules and it’s also the system being used by Soulsby Synths. They are available through places like Mouser, Digikey, Sparkfun, etc.” Make Noise’s Tempi’s new firmware “tempi11” makes External SYNC and RUN/ STOP behaviors even better. Download the zip file HERE. Everything you need to do the update is included in this download. File, instructions, descriptions, contact info in case you have...

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