Yes, I had to make one of my own. I've found it's easier to remember them when you think of them like sentences. So here's my update to the really nice cheatsheet found here: https://modwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=182134&start=50 Otherwise, a good summary of
If you think of "Load" as "all", "Zero" as "restrict to 1 octave" the button combos are easier to remember. (I also keep needing to remind myself that "shred" means "random" and not "destroy".)
All the stuff I want to remember about the Arbhar on one page.
This eurorack version of the Bastl Kastle is a bit of a mystery in some respects, but I've done my best here. Let me know if there are mistakes, because there is no manual, and it doesn't work exactly like the original. What I still want to know is: Are
My search for the perfect mask to fit my personal requirements, trying them all out so you don't have to.
An infographic dissection of the MakeNoise 0-Coast
A collection of virtual meeting tools for technophobic people.
I'm working on a calendar app for iOS, based on some of my thoughts on time in general. To get early access to the beta, sign up here.
A new version of the OP-Z condensed manual, updated for 2020.
Digging deep into the PO-35 Speak.