I've got enough wires soldered up to light some LEDs in sequence!
Wiring up ten sets of components -- one for each step of the sequencer -- is tedious, but also a good learning experience.
Time to commit and solder up this board. I decided to start with the circuits around the CD40106 decade counter chip: The 40107 decade counter chip is mounted in a socket on the right side of the board. The circuit on the bottom half of the board is a switch
Early morning obsessive thoughts about my sequencer project lead me to build a split-rail power supply.
Creating a front panel for the Baby-10. Trial, error, re-trial, and success.
Paul starts work on a Baby-10 control voltage sequencer.
Redditor "Piper-Bob" asked for ideas on how to pair a Werkstatt with a Subharmonicon. One of the reasons I got a Werkstatt was because it had an LFO CV out that I could use with the Subharmonicon, so I recorded an (admittedly obvious) experiment that shows the LFO modulating the