New Lunchbeat Groovebox Offers ‘Impossibly Dirty’ 1-Bit Drum Machine Action. Nasty!

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Developer Jan Cumpelik has introduced the Lunchbeat groovebox – an ‘impossibly dirty’ 1-bit drum machine.

It’s designed to be a ‘minimalistic groovemachine’ that also offers interesting lo fi sounds.

Here’s a demo of the LunchBeat in action:

Features:

  • 4 channels with 1 bit realtime generated sounds
  • kickdrum, snare, hihat and bass
  • 8 step sequencer

It’s an open source project. Cumpelik also plans to offer Lunchbeat kits. See Cumpelik’s site for details.

via Peter Kirn

6 thoughts on “New Lunchbeat Groovebox Offers ‘Impossibly Dirty’ 1-Bit Drum Machine Action. Nasty!

  1. That’s awesome. I did something like that with iMachine and its bitcrusher effect.
    I am ready to buy this device. Please bring it on. (No I cant build one myself)

  2. It would be neat to get a clock divider in there, so I could sync it to my euro stuff (1 pulse = 8 steps)… Not sure if the trigger is an “advance step” or “clock”. Regardless, pretty neat. Hope the kit’s cheap, cause I want one.

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