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What is your favorite open source eurorack module? And the best documented?
Allen Synthesis EuroPi
Bom has links for sourcing parts
I found a few hundred of open sourced modules (with gerber files, and more) but I also found a few modules that didn't work or with parts that were hard to find. I think the next module I will assemble will be the Turing Machine by MusicThingModular which is very popular and well documented or the Europi by Allen Synthesis but some of the components are a bit more expensive.
Firmware hacking with Uncertainty
3 projects | /r/modular | 6 Mar 2023
EuroPi Turing Machine script is feeding the Uncertainty cv input with pulse 1 opening an envelope on Maths for voice 1 & 2, pulse 2 opens the second Maths envelope for sub osc voice 3. A little delay added for texture. That's pretty much it!
6 projects | /r/ModularFirmware | 16 Dec 2022
EuroPi - A reprogrammable Eurorack module based on the Raspberry Pi Pico
A Question, for anyone that knows how MI firmware code works
2 projects | /r/modular | 9 Dec 2022
The patch.init() is still a great way to start, but you could save some money ditching the audio i/o and build yourself an EuroPi. However, that requires DIY, obviously.
Question: did anyone of you build a eurorack module with an ESP32 as sound source?
4 projects | /r/synthdiy | 3 Jun 2022
And then there is also the EuroPi (https://github.com/Allen-Synthesis/EuroPi ) which seems to be still alive. It is a Raspberry Pico running micro-python. Seems to be more a midi-filter than a sound module.
Built a EuroPi yesterday...
4 projects | /r/eurorack | 30 Mar 2022
You can check out the project here: https://github.com/Allen-Synthesis/EuroPi4 projects | /r/eurorack | 30 Mar 2022
Question about Pybind 11 / C++ interfacing / binding whatever you call it
2 projects | /r/learnpython | 12 Feb 2022
I'm looking to contribute to a project called EuroPi. I'd like to implement some open source, audio C++ code on a Pi Pico in the Python environment. Are there any obvious hiccups I should be on the lookout for?
What are some alternatives?
meerk40t - Hackable Laser software for the K40 Stock-LIHUIYU laser boards.
natural-synth - Open-Source IoT-based Digital Hardware and Software Synthesizer (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Flask)
NSynth-MIDI-Renderer - Sample based concatenative synthesizer for the NSynth dataset. Render any MIDI (.mid) sequence with the notes of NSynth.
thonny - Python IDE for beginners
MicroPython - MicroPython - a lean and efficient Python implementation for microcontrollers and constrained systems
docs - OPNsense documentation
TuringMachine - Turing Machine Mk 2 Main Module
ProjectAlice - Project Alice is a smart voice home assistant that is completely modular and extensible.