Build your own Beatmaker’s sketchbook @ Superbooth 24

You will build your own Beatmaker’s sketchbook. It is a portable, teensy based open source sampler/sequencer/groovebox by default. If you have some basic c++ skills, you can use the boiler plate code to create your own instrument from scratch.
In this workshop you will solder 13 components onto the pre-assembled PCBs and assemble them with a few screws into the enclosure. The enclosure has a wooden frame around a plexiglas panel and a metal base plate.
All SMD parts are already assembled and you will only need basic soldering skillz to assemble the Teensy 4.1 microcontroller, rotary encoders, potentiometers and a power switch.
Silicone buttons, premium aluminium encoder caps and a red cap for the horizontal fader are included. You will be the prowd owner of a portable, premium looking device at the size of a DIN A5 sheet.


Build instructions will be available for download a few days prior to the workshop.


As you are going to build the new version of Beatmaker’s sketchbook, the final product fotos are not available yet. Here are some pictures of the main parts of the DIY kit.