I had some offcuts of ISEP extrusion and some old 19" panel blanks, so rather than waste them I made a little 2x3U sidecar. It's likely to hold just mults & other passive modules, but I'll add a power umbilical via a front panel connection. This is probably cabinet 12A
Ian Fritz's take on the Jerkster chaos circuit. After much consideration I decided to mount two mini pots in line with the jack grid to allow five controls on a 1U panel. It's a bit fiddly, but the advantage of this over a staggered design means that I could use a Stooge three pot bracket to mount the board
Ian Fritz's 5-Pulser. I had most of the parts in stock and modified an old PCB bracket to fit. It's designed to modulate timbre, but as a mangling device also sounds amazing on drums. In other news I also sowed some carrots
...The Model 175 Universal Programmer. I recently got hold of this nifty bit of lab gear but it arrived DOA. Today I completely dismantled the unit to access the switches which in turn also needed to be completely dismantled and then cleaned. The cleaning worked a treat and also fixed another little problem with the Tilt indicator. Once reassembled, I had it running an arp sequence for a few hours synced to an external master clock (which is exactly why I bought it in the first place).