Hey! Finished mine today. Just wanted to give a big thank you to @Hawkeye and @latigid on for a great project which was challenging but possible because of the materials provided. Both the video tutorial and the hardware made for a very streamlined build. Also, thank you to TK if you read this and anyone else who might be involved.
My most difficult build before this was a x0xb0x, and I’d say this was a step up from that but definitely possible for someone with limited DIY experience as long as you follow the instructions. If you’re on the fence about trying it, I’d recommend going for it, but be sure to double check each part number carefully along with the orientation when that matters. It kinda goes without saying, but I felt I had to focus pretty hard on this one so thought I’d mention it. As long as you’re ok with that and have some patience, then you should be in good shape.
Here’s what I’ve been playing around with today to get familiar with the sequencer. The interface is really intuitive so far, and I’ve already come across some very playable features. I’m looking forward to hooking this up to my other gear as well. I use my Virus TI a lot and think this will be a great fit with its multitimbral mode.