Brain 2

I have been working on some really fun projects lately with my friends at Livid. Today’s synth meet will showcase some of the first Midi Eurorack Modules ever!! Makes me excited to share with everyone the experience I am having with all of this amazing gear. Jay has been super helpful and everyone @ Livid is super cool and really make me enjoy the experience even more. The best part about it is, we are working on all this great equipment to make everyone else’s experience better too. This opens so many new doors ways and possibilities that I never thought were imaginable. Sitting in front of my modular and controlling Ableton while surround by analog modules by my favorite manufactures (and friends) thinking, “Wow, what a great time. Mixing together both my analog sounds with my digital effects.sequencer.controllers.plugins. all at once!”

Hope you are enjoying this, what’s about to happen next is going to change the game!

Pailo

Case Work Pt. 2

Cases:

2 Row (Flight 208 Model) 475$ Approx
3 Row (Flight 312 Model) 615$ Approx
4 Row (Flight 416 Model) 845$ Approx

Specs:

104HP Vector Size Rows 3mm Screws
BubbleSound 1.5Amp Power Supply
Per Row
4MS Distro 1.1 Boards w/5 Volt Rail
14G Wire Throughout Case
Fuse Holder w/Extra Fuse
Hand Built in the USA

These cases could power one skiff extra for every row if you were not using all metasonix modules. Giving this much room for power will be unlike any other company on the market. These supplies should be able to handle a large array of modules. Testing is in two weeks. The first run will be ready by late October. Ordering will be through Outofhtbag.org with Paypal, and Switched On Music Electronics in store.

Other thoughts I have had lately have been of a plain 25/37 key CV controller. Cheap. Like 200$. That would be a winner too. Maybe one to match the cases? Few other option ideas are to let customers choose their own LED colors inside the case, and to give a 4hp front power panel special edition option. Other options later will be case colors including Red, Blue, Green, Wood Grain. Optional wood finished inside panel which can include 3 sets of multiples. Last option was to do a dual 3” speaker onboard option so you could plug the case power cable in and use the built in speakers!

Possible Add Ons:

*Colors (Red, Blue, Green, WoodGrain) (add 40$)
*Internal LED Colors (No Charge)
*4HP Special Edition Front Power Panel (add 40$)
*Interior Finish Panel w/ Multiples (add 60$)
*On Board Dual 3” Speakers (add 100$)
*Matching 25 or 37 Key CV KeyBoard (add 200$/300$)

These ideas, prices, and thoughts are subject to change at any time, and not all of the options may become available.