The details of product development, right down to weight (presumably to understand bulk shipping costs) are fairly amazing to me, and I feel like I’m getting a front seat to a product inception through implementation, a valuable experience for any future product engineer/developer/manager/owner.
she’s a phat little baby..
AvE voice: "She's certainly got a bit'o gravity to'er!"
I had to google that into English.. (6.6kg). 😀
That’s almost 6.6kg, if anyone is curious.
Bravo! They'll be asking to borrow the car keys before you know it.
Good advice offered and taken. You guys would have been swamped with warranty repairs down the line.
Great example for lots of manufacturers only looking at the cost-side of parts and not the quality their customers get.
this is very transparent, i have never purchased a piece of equipment with actual explanations of why one part might be better than another. nice one.
I was a fly on the wall on that conversation which was in the hotel lobby at the end of knobcon. Thats what knobcon is all about helping each othermake better machines for better music. Paul T Schreiber!
Did not expected getting goosebumps from an knob clicking. 😄
he knows 😉
Rob Sigston seen this?
Brilliant! Thank you Mr Schrieber.
Having had to replace quite a few of those little ALPS (RK09s in my case) rotary potentiometers myself on an old Akai MFC42, I can attest to their relatively short life span... 5k - 30k actuations depending on model.
Super stoked that I've finished the schematic for 'REV2" of the audio board.All the 'audio stuff' has been split away from the 'computer' part into 2 separate pcbs, so now all those extra bits I talked about, (Independent headphone monitoring, daughtercard bus for filters/add in cards, pannable stereo mix, phono pre-amps , switching logic for pulling preset filters in and out of circuit (no more half plugging jacks) ) is done.Double checking the work (with 3rd parties too) and then I'll get these boards spun.If all is good with that, then we have a production ready board!! 😀 woohooo..The astute among you will also notice a signal there called 'resample'So, if you're just banging samples on an sd card, you'll miss out of the sound imparted from the OG input filtering. what the SP2400 can do, is playback a sample from your sd card and loop it back into it's own input filters and record the result back to your card!! Essentially, making it sound the same as if you had actually sampled it yourself... 🙂p.s all the meat of the circuits are inside those boxes you see, this is the topological view of the circuit. ... See MoreSee Less
Awesome, Brad, is it still possible to join the pre-sale?
Wow!! This is super cool. It's going to be amazing. Genius for sure!
So cool. I was hoping resampling might be implemented. This is even better than I thought.
Please keep up the good work. 🙂
Thats so cool so its like sampling off the sd through the sp circuitry. I hope im getting this right. Super cool.
You’re a fucking genius ISLA Instruments thanks for all the hard work your putting in to this piece and your brand I’m ride witcha from now on in saving to get your Kordbot going to see more info in making payments dm with info if possible thanks again for all you do BOSS !!! GENIUS iFucking tell you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can’t wait this is what the games been missing 💯💪🏽🔊🎧🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
I think it sucks..... just kidding!!! Sp2400 will ROCK!!!!