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Open.Theremin.UNO shipping

Open.Theremin.UNO is back on stock with a batch of electronic boards produced on high-end manufacturing machines and fully tested. The new PCB artwork looks great and I am happy to be shipping again.

New PCB artwork by Niklas Roy

A new batch of Open.Theremin.UNO is ready for production. All the components are here and we are just waiting for the circuit boards to arrive. The new printed circuit boards will feature a original design by artist Niklas Roy from Berlin. I am very much looking forward to this exceptional edition. You can now pre-order in the store.

40 countries and counting

With Open.Theremins shipped to more than 40 countries, including Macedonia, Israel, South Corea and Mexico I am happy to announce that a new batch of golden circuit boards is produced and tested. We moved up from M10 to M20 production line and now produce with a precision of 5 micrometers. Boards now available again in the Small Batch Store. See the video here:

3D Printed Case

I just finished the design of a new case for the Open.Theremin.UNO. If you have a 3D printer your self or if you can access one in a FabLab near by, just print this nice case that exactly fits the theremin shield. Download the files from Thingiverse here.

New Tool and Software

I am very happy to share with you new software for the open theremin. David Harvey, technologist, software expert and music enthusiast developed a command line tool to generate various sounds based on harmonic synthesis as well as on Thierries etherwave formulas. You can pre-listen the sound on your computer, generate ASCII or PNG plots and once you like it export the data for open theremin wave tables. If you know what "npm install -g wavyd" means, you should definitely try this out. And not only this, David also heavily reworked and cleaned up the open.theremin source code and integrated the standard and extended versions of the software. For now this is the first fork of the original software and the chances are good that it will be integrated soon. Thank you David.

GitHub for wavyd
GitHub with the new Open.Theremin code

 

 

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