1. LoFi Future now has an etsy store!

     
  2. Manipulating image data with external audio hardware

    I decided to create a tutorial on the process of glitching out images with hardware fx, in this example I process the image data with the synthacon clone and deep blue delay clone, but this can done with just about any fx unit.

     
     
  3. Raw data of a .bmp image processed with the analog synthacon filter

    A little experiment with the filter/delay box, obviously i built this to process sound, but my recent endevour into image manipulation lead to this. The raw data was imported into audacity, then processed though the box and re-recorded back into audacity, some splicing of original and processed data and was necessary to maintain stability in the code when converted back into an image.

    (Source: lofifuture)

     
  4. Steiner-Parker Synthacon HP/LP filter clone and a Deep Blue Delay clone effects box. I built this one with performance in mind, very low noise floor thanks to the build in DC power conditioner.

    The Synthacon filter and DC conditioner PCBs were designed by X1L3

    The deep blue delay clone PCB is the “Echo Blue Delay” from Fuzz Dog’s Pedal Parts

     
  5. Synthacon filter / Deep blue delay clone in a box

     
     
  6. The MIDI to Light Prototype Controller

    Available to buy here: http://lofifuture.bigcartel.com/

     
     
  7. Building the MIDI to relay light controller Prototype


    Available for sale HERE

     
  8. MIDI to light system up and running.

    Still yet to add a few more things but for the most part it is done. Was rushing to get this project done in time for a house party coming up, way ahead of schedule!

     
     
  9. The Brains of the first LoFi Future MIDI controlled lighting system

    Based on an arduino nano and an easily available relay board, this circuit can be used for any MIDI controlled switching application. That means MIDI controlled circuit bends and modular patching ;) But in this case, it will be controlling over 10M of LED strip for use at house parties and gigs.

     
  10. Custom Built Bazz Fuss

    Built inside a tin that once housed an emergency food ration that would be carried by pilots in the event of becoming stranded. The beautifully simple Bazz Fuss circuit by Christian H is fitted with a NOS Fairchild PN2369.