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Thonk Music Thing Modular Turing Machine MKII DIY Kit

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$110.00

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A new improved Turing Machine for 2016 for sale on Thonk in April 2016.

This kit includes everything you need to build the MkII version of the Turing Machine. You just need to provide the tools and solder. Comes with 10HP Aluminium Eurorack panel.

Since it was launched in June 2012, the Turing Machine has become one of the most popular Eurorack DIY projects. It is a random looping sequencer that spits out basslines and melodies. It generates strings of random voltages that can be locked into looping sequences. These sequences can be allowed to slip, changing gradually over time. This module was inspired by the long history of shift register pseudorandom synth circuits, including the Triadex Muse, Buchla 266 Source of Uncertainly and Grant Richter’s Noisering.

A new improved Turing Machine for 2016 for sale on Thonk in April 2016.This kit includes everything you need to build the MkII version of the Turing Machine. You just...

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Width: 10HP
Max Depth: 33mm
Power: 40mA@ +12V , ?mA@ -12V , ?mA@ +5V

Features

  • Rotary loop length switch
  • Pulse out
  • Two boards, includes Backpack circuit to drive expanders (compatible with old Music Thing expanders)
  • Easier to build: a larger PCB in the same width, clock and noise circuits are more robust
  • Noise level trimmer & reduced voltage in noise circuit to make circuit more robust with different noise transistors
  • Compatible with existing expanders (Pulses, Voltages, Vactrol Mix) but not the BYTES expander.

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