MATRIXSYNTH: Oi, Kant! by Optotronics

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Oi, Kant! by Optotronics


Published on Mar 14, 2018 e j

"general info:

Oi, Kant! is a sort of drum machine. Sort of. Drum-ish machine, as I like to call it. And it’s a weird one. It has 3 voices: drum, bass line and cymbal, though they all have their own Kant-related names, as do the rest of parts on this machine. It also has a resonant filter which can effectively be treated as a fourth voice.

All of these voices, predominantly based on CMOS semiconductor chips, can be sequenced using one of the built-in sequencers. Yes, sequencerS, plural. Four of them. Why? Well, why not? These sequencers are completely independent but they are synced to a master clock.

Oi, Kant! also offers you an external clock input so you can control the sequencers tempo by sending pulses from other hardware. In fact, all of the voices can also be sequenced from external sequencers, if you’d like to do that.

Oi, Kant! offers individual outputs for each of its voices. Please note there is no master output, so in order to listen to them all at once you need to use a mixer or audio interface.

Oi, Kant! runs on 9v DC (negative tip, 600mA) or 12v DC, and it can also be powered with a 9v battery. The power input socket is located on the top left corner of the board, labelled 9VDC-.

you can buy it here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/60106...

user's immanual, gerber files here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/i3bxs4qbwy..."

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