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Rebel Technology: Stoicheia
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Author Rebel Technology: Stoicheia
mars
Announcing a new Eurorack module maker, Rebel Technology, and the open source, open hardware, algorithmic sequencer Stoicheia:

http://www.rebeltech.org/2012/06/euclidean-sequencer-published/

If you happen to be in Berlin you can find it in Schneider's shop.
In London you can visit us at Rebel HQ.

Enjoy, and have fun!
mark_snipz
Cor...that's rather tasty.

How many £££ is it going to cost?
rico loverde
sounds like an interesting module. i like the looks of it.
exper
Looks pretty cool! Any demos or videos to show?
rasseru
second page

http://www.rebeltech.org/2012/06/stoicheia-video/


looks great for modulations!
mDang
really interesting module smile
kons
Euclidean algorithms!! wow smart-guy stuff always leads to...

instant sweaty latin rhythms...
Drumdrumdrumdrum
Hmmmmmm hyper
Zenn
I like it a lot. There's nothing quite like this around...Fresh!

where to order? Can't find it at Schneiders' site
Hainbach
I called Schneiders and they only have a pre-series module in their demo rack, no stock yet. Price was amazingly affordable, too. Just drop them a mail for more infos.
numan7
woah looks very cool! and open-source hardware is a great idea. how do you pronounce the name (stow-kee-ahh, stoi-kee-uhh...), btw?

cheers
mars
I've now made a few modules available through the BlipBox website, they're £160 plus shipping:

http://blipbox.org/blog/shop/
mars
numan7 wrote:
:woah: looks very cool! and open-source hardware is a great idea. how do you pronounce the name (stow-kee-ahh, stoi-kee-uhh...), btw?


Cheers!
Yes, open-source is the way to go. We've got plenty more interesting designs coming up, analogue and digital.

The name is greek, something like stoi-kei-ah, maybe?
Try the listen link:
http://translate.google.com/#en%7Cel%7CElements
Or: call it Elements!
z3r01
That looks very interesting, the website for the product is also pretty thoughtful, with the history to the functions of the module. The demo's great too! Thanks! thumbs up

How about the HP and the depth of the module? I am guessing it's 12HP and maybe 3cm in depth? Mr. Green

If you don't mind, I will just post the demo video, from your website, here, lest anyone misses it. thumbs up

John Noble
Congratulations on a cool module! applause

.... and here it is:

http://eurorackdb.com/node/1155

Looks like it's 10hp, but confirmation would be good. Depth data would be helpful too, and I wouldn't mind a face-on photo or rendering in place of the legend line art. thumbs up
Morley
Very nice!
reppiks
John Noble wrote:
Congratulations on a cool module! applause

.... and here it is:

http://eurorackdb.com/node/1155

Looks like it's 10hp, but confirmation would be good. Depth data would be helpful too, and I wouldn't mind a face-on photo or rendering in place of the legend line art. thumbs up


It's on Specifications page: 10HP, <3cm
l e b e r
hey! i've got one of these... i played with one at the last schneiders event at Rough Trade.... and then immediately sought out the manufacturer to buy an early model off him.

I was sold immediately after messing about with it. I love it... it's simple to use and incredibly fun. You can get complex rythms out of it with ease!!!! I've got mine sat next to my Intellijel Plog, and between the two there are endless possibilities....

Simple... 3 knobs...1 for pattern, 1 for pattern loop length and 1 for pattern complexity (or not).

I keep meaning to make a video of it, but my job is taking over my life at the moment.

10hp worth of trigger goodness. thumbs up thumbs up thumbs up Rebel Tech are nice guys too.
John Noble
reppiks wrote:
John Noble wrote:
Congratulations on a cool module! applause

.... and here it is:

http://eurorackdb.com/node/1155

Looks like it's 10hp, but confirmation would be good. Depth data would be helpful too, and I wouldn't mind a face-on photo or rendering in place of the legend line art. thumbs up


It's on Specifications page: 10HP, <3cm


Weird, it doesn't show up for me. This is what's on the technical specifications page:

Power Consumption

+12v: < 10mA
+5v: < 25mA
-12v: 0mA

Impedance

Outputs: < 1.1k
Inputs: > 100k

Voltage Range

Output low: 0v
Output high: 5.1v
reppiks
Does it show if you refresh the page?
This is what it shows for me:


Dimensions

Height: 3U / 128.50mm
Width: 10HP / 50.50mm
Depth: <30mm
Weight: 135g
Power

16-pin Doepfer/Eurorack
PTC fuse and diode protected
+12v: < 10mA
+5v: < 25mA
-12v: 0mA
Impedance

Outputs: < 1.1k
Inputs: > 100k
Voltage Range

Output low: 0v
Output high: 5.1v
mOBiTh
this is ace - high on the want list!
John Noble
reppiks wrote:
Does it show if you refresh the page?


I did--twice--but no dice.

Now I see what you just posted, and the menu changed. I think the man behind the curtain is busy. Ninja
thaneco
Στοιχεία (Steeheea) , it means "elements" and its a greek word. Very cool module! thumbs up
mb123music
very cool looking!! applause

Would be interested in some demos!!! thumbs up
mark_snipz
Leber...it's a stayer then?!

hihi
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