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minijam studio – portable music machines arrives on Kickstarter, from the makers of Patchblocks

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You might remember me talking about Patchblocks, originally when the hardware first launched, then again when they crowdfunded for equity. Now they’re back on Kickstarter with a whole new set of hardware. The mini jam studio. You can find it on Kickstarter now, and it’s already doing well. You can also listen to below:

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Video: Making stuff with patchblocks – part 1 James Chip

Video description:

“A series of videos i am going to do on making stuff with patchblocks,

Patchblocks are little programmable DSP modules that let you create your own synth modules and audio effects. In this video we make a simple pitch and volume control for a sine wave generator.”

Video published by James Chip.

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Video: Improvising with Pocket Operators and Patchblocks

Interesting to see how people use their PO series device, and especially for me it’s good to see this with a patchblocks unit too.

Video description:

“Apologies for the length, I got a bit carried away. This is a little improvisation I put together with my newly acquired PO-20 and Patchblock.

Gear used:
Teenage Engineering PO-12 Rhythm
Teenage Engineering PO-20 Arcade
Patchblock running Jayrope’s Shattuh spring emulation patch available here:
http://patchblocks.com/groups/patch/s…

This is largely unedited, except for a little cut around 11 minutes in where I accidentally paused the PO-20, oops!

For more of my melodic electronic music:
http://pselodux.bandcamp.com/

For more of my minimal techno:
https://0f-digital.bandcamp.com/

Video published by pselodux.