Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Some bits of news...

Sell out!

The miniAtmegatron has now sold out. I'm pleased to say that it will definitely be back though. It will take a couple of months to get a full production run setup, so please bare with me! I'll provide regular updates on this site.

Want to change channel?

If you were wondering how to change channel on your Atmegatron, here's a quick video showing how. I forgot to put it in the manual. Oops.

The pipeline

After an amazing synth convention at Incubate in Tilburg, I'm back to work! 

The Odytron will be the next software to be released and that should happen by the end of October.  There will also be an official overlay printed, available separately or with the Delayertron and Atmegadrum.

I will also be creating the miniAtmegatron official enclosure with help from Bastl. Will hopefully have some pics of the final prototype soon.

Friday, 18 September 2015

miniAtmegatron workshop @ Incubate

There will be a miniAtmegatron Workshop on Sat 19th Sept at 18:30, as part of the DIY synth convention at Incubate Festival.
Email me to reserve one, there's not many left!
Cost is €39....however a MIDI-hacked Arduino Uno will be thrown in FREE! This offer is only available at Incubate.

Also....There are also B-stock Atmegatrons available to buy at discount prices

Sunday, 13 September 2015

DIY Synth Convention @ Incubate, Tilburg, NL

Soulsby Synthesizers will be at the DIY Synth Convention at Incubate Festival in Tilburg, Netherlands.
DIY Synth Convention
Pieter Vreedeplein 169, Tilburg
Thursday September 17th - Sunday September 20th 2015
Opening hours: 14:00 - 21:00h
Entrance Free
More details here: http://incubate.org/2015/215/diy-synth-convention
There will be Atmegatrons to play and buy, including some discounted B-stock. There will also be a limited number of miniAtmegatrons to buy and build at the workshops.
There's also many other top indy manufacturers there as well as talks and performances. Hope to see you there!

Friday, 11 September 2015

FTDI programmer cable

I've just realised that there are very few FTDI programmer cables available on eBay and Amazon at the moment and the few that are on there are really over priced.

I'm am looking into stocking these cables myself, but this may take a couple of weeks to arrange. The the meantime, I recommend using the following electronics suppliers: