MATRIXSYNTH: Gecho v2 - How to build your DIY kit (acrylic sandwich)

Sunday, September 08, 2019

Gecho v2 - How to build your DIY kit (acrylic sandwich)


Published on Sep 8, 2019 Gecho Loopsynth

"To give you an idea what's involved in putting together your DIY kit, and at the same time, how does PO-20 Arcade sound together with Gecho.

Step-by-step guide is here: http://gechologic.com/v2_diy_acrylic"

Update:

How to open and close battery door

Published on Sep 8, 2019 Gecho Loopsynth

"In some units the door does not move smoothly. This will get better over time as you use it, but in the meantime there is a simple trick to it.

If the door twists a little bit sideways, it will get stuck. Leaning the unit against a flat surface helps, but put something soft under (like a newspaper) to not scratch anything.

Puller is helping to get the door into the notch, but it is not a good idea to pull the door all the way only by the puller as it may snap, also it is very hard to keep the door straight, instead pull the door with your fingers.

This is a unit with 14500 rechargeable cell, so the door doesn't really need to be opened more than once when installing the cell. But of course with AA batteries powered unit you will need to do it more frequently. Plugging in the USB power at any time conserves batteries."

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