Hooray! So finally, everything is set.
I have 10 full kits ready to be shipped.
Price: 45€, includes an alu panel. If you don’t want to rack it, you can also get a basic cover/sandwich aka “Grabbling depreviator” (dans le texte), GM5x5x5 style. Price: 10€. Shipping: 5€ flat fee.
Special requirements: 1/ have an AVR programmer. Or 2/ do not complain if some of the first testers suggest features that I include in the final firmware and that you won’t get.
Build instructions . It’s a 10 min build for an experimented DIYer. Great for beginners too!
Shipping on monday… Book here and send me a private message with your email address, and shipping address.
count me in for one please.
Great we can do firmware suggestions
I have one… triple polyphony with one gate for making a pseudo poly patch with three osc’s and one filter/vca.
I have one from the pre-pioneer run and it works great… really smart way of tuning the CV’s. I still want to try if i can get it to work with an android phone.
There are only two DAC outputs
I should have know you would have implemented it if it was possible
Looks interesting, but I’m assuming that it’s the same CVpal as the one that was tested some months back?
In that case I wouldn’t be of much use, since I’m still struggling trying to get FL to communicate peacefully with mine… Had hoped to get a breakthrough, but for now nothing to report
Good choice - its an easy peasy “yes honey, ill be with you in 5 minutes” build and great fun. I recommend pairing it with CycliC via CH3/CH4 Duo Mode…
And please one for me I sent you a private message.
To Do List: get an AVR programmer…
While we are at it ;
One who would buy a new AVR programmer would need target board as well if yes what do you recommend ?
target board, you mean where you put in the chip? you can program it on the cvpal itself.
@rosch thanks for the answer. I am a newbie ( so bear with me ) who would like to do future proof investment for the tools so I am wondering if I am getting in to a DIY project (let’s say it’s a non MI project ) where it has an AVR but no programming socket on it where do you program this AVR ?
you can either make a perfboard with the few required connections, quartz and a chip socket, very easy and cheap, or buy a dev board or something. for example Atmel’s official programmer, idk the name but i think i remember i’ve seen it mentioned (recommended) just a few days ago here on the forum.
I do not want to push this topic to derailment so maybe it is better I start a new topic for my question
I’d like to build one too if I’m not too late.
I’ve taken note of all your emails. There are still 5 pieces left. I’ll send invoices on sunday evening. I’m off to Lausanne for the N/O/D/E event.