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Hautlle

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About Hautlle

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  • Birthday 11/09/1982

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  1. I built this rack stand over the past couple days to hold my new mixer and audio interface combo. Cost about $35 in materials. I couldn't find anything similar to this that was a small/desktop design.
  2. When I make a dubstep track with 50 instances of Serum, my 2007 Lenovo laptop gets hot and slow and makes noises that I would sample if only the laptop would respond 😥
  3. Lots of awesome tracks in here! I've always been partial to this track of mine. Just nice, chill vibes. https://virtualurbanrecords.bandcamp.com/track/slow-machines
  4. Congrats, Rampage is definitely a pretty dense build. I love the middle section and all the EOC/Rising/Falling gate outs for interesting rhythms or triggering events.
  5. I totally bought one of these storage drawer things at least a year and a half ago and made a spreadsheet with all of my inventory at that time. Since then I haven't tracked hardly any of the parts I've bought or used. I also still haven't put a single fucking thing in that drawer and keep all my stock in the plastic bags they came in stacked inside a few little cardboard boxes that some of my first parts buys probably came in...
  6. Panels arrived for the Rollz5 and it's looking sexy
  7. It's just Synthrotek rack ears + rails w/ 2x8 as a frame. Four 1x3s run across the back for power distribution and I'm using the Trogotronic M15 DIY kit to power everything. All the lumber was off the cull-cart @ Home Depot so it was 70% off. [
  8. I have a cheapo "858D" hot air station I use for all my SMD stuff. I never tried building SMD w/ an iron as I knew I was going to fully jump in and wanted to make it easy on myself. There's lots of different brands, but they're all labeled 858D
  9. This is a recent photo of the area where I create stuff. Messy, but that's me. I'm searching for a solution to get a bigger/deeper desk to get my monitors off the 90° angle but I'm probably just going to end up building something. I need to move things around in the room to make some space and get everything out of the corner though...
  10. This thing is fucking great 😁 I really want to separate the outputs for better volume control and FX on individual voices. I need to get it running into the Octatrack for some great samples.
  11. First test of the Rollz-5 and everything seems to be working as it should. Not sure what's causing the high-pitched whine - maybe one of the ultrasound filters so I need to investigate there... edit: the 12V wall-wart I was causing the whine. A 9V one powers it silently. The front+rear acrylic panels I designed should be here Monday Wed. 😢
  12. Got most of the Rollz-5 built but ran out of the nice machined SIP sockets that I'm using to hold all the user-selected components for easy swapping. Sadly the power switch I got is the wrong size (miniature toggle that didn't state miniature anywhere) ☹️ I've got more SIP sockets on the way but I'm feeling like a moron trying to find a simple SPDT ON-ON toggle switch with the correct 4.7mm pin spacing. It's getting annoying with a ton of stock being sold out. I don't really want to drop $6 + s&h for a simple toggle. I figure I can just put a jumper across the connection for now and
  13. That's exactly why I haven't tried messing with DIY cables. I could easily make a jig for bananas out of some scrap lumber I have in the garage. Will certainly give it a try in the future 😎
  14. I had to put quite a bit of time to find all the pots I need of equal shaft length + knurled so I can use some knobs I ordered years ago on the Rollz-5. Not sure how long it's gonna be until supply comes back to normal Never tried DIY cables before @TubularCorporation - might have to look into it more for the future.
  15. I have put a small piece of heat shrink tubing on a knurled pot shaft to keep the knob from sliding all the way down the shaft and rubbing on a faceplate of a project before. Maybe try making a slot in the top of the shaft to receive a tail off the extending part and then using heat shrink tubing as the "tape"? Could work, but these kinds of things usually end up too fragile for actual use.
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