A bare, lead-free, printed circuit board for building your own Teensy Beats ShieldDesigned by Design Make GO!, Ships from United States of America
If you'd like to build a Teensy Beats Shield hand-held step sequencer and have some surface mount soldering skills, start here. This is the most recent PCB design. This batch is green. This pro...Read More…
If you'd like to build a Teensy Beats Shield hand-held step sequencer and have some surface mount soldering skills, start here. This is the most recent PCB design. This batch is green.
This project aims to fill a void in open source handheld musical instruments. Being open source and built on a highly capable and extensible platform, hackers are free to modify, create, and remix this design for the common good. I'm very open to suggestions, patches, etc.
For build instructions, see the github.io project page: Github
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I have been working with software for most of my life. Starting with the Commodore 64 in around 1985, I’ve enjoyed poking registers and making bits dance. I learned to program in C in around 1992, when I realized it could be a career path, and still enjoy using it today. I enjoy designing electronics projects that I sell for fun and sometimes profit. I develop interactive art installations and displays. I design and build SMT boards and interface devices to solve problems and satisfy curiosity. I enjoy teaching others about electronics and programming in classes at the local makerspace.