Developers of Bela – a low-latency embedded computing platform for high-quality audio applications – shared this overview of Pepper, a DIY Eurorack Bela module for synth builders.
They say it’s the easiest way to get a Bela into your synthesizer case and, once assembled, will give you a fully programmable module. If you’re a developer, you can code synth patches using C++, Pure Data, Supercollider and Csound.
- Stereo audio I/O
- 8 CV inputs (up to 4 can be swapped for trigger ins)
- 8 CV offset potentiometers (normalised to analog inputs)
- 8 CV outputs
- 4 buttons
Topics covered in the video:
Module overview 0:10
Tape-style Delay 1:08
Wavetable Drums 3:33
4 Channel Looper 6:09
Vocal Synthesis 9:22
1st Principles Drum Machine 11:50
Dual Inharmonic Oscillator 15:18
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