A DIY euro start to the new year!

I have been asked recently what I thought a good DIY starter project might be for eurorack.  There are two that come to mind that I have completed recently.  First is the BMC45 router from Barton.  This is a fun straight forward build.  Most of Barton’s eurorack DIY kits are very well thought through and as a plus are very affordable.  I added four custom mute buttons to this one as I thought that made a nice addition to live performance.  The link to that kit is here:

http://www.bartonmusicalcircuits.com/router/

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The next one is a Business Card sized Sequencer from Div 6.  Here I took two of them and stacked them into a eurorack module. Realize when you buy the kit it is just ONE sequencer. I bought two for this custom build.  This kit was very easy to build and dare I say the most ‘inexpensive sequencer you will find!’   Realize the custom euro panel I made for this was a very difficult task.  There are 122 holes in this panel and was very challenging to make.  More info can be found here on the DIY PCB kit:

http://division-6.com/products/business-card-sequencer.php

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