I wanted to do this but soon had to accept that my skills are too low in electronics and programming.
This module is interesting because you can run different programs on it and you can switch between this modes without opening or reflashing. It uses a teensy.
This module already can put out 1V/Octave from 0-10V. I asked the programmer and he told me all the apps code must be changed to accept 0-5V with only 5 octave divisions instead of 10. This is a bit work he meant, but easy to do. But I don't know how to start. I looked into the code and I can imagine what's to do but I think I have to build the hardware first for testing purposes.
Also the Hardware could be a bit simplified as the maximum needed Voltage here is 5V. It doesn't use too many parts, so i think the hardware doesn't need a dedicated pcb. But this is even harder for me. Should I build the hardware for eurorack first and do software testing and change the parts then?
Any interest in this module? I would at least build 3 of them because it can do so many different small things. Maybe someone here with more experince just looks at the stuff and knows what to do, or just tells me it's too complicated to convert?
This module is currently in the design queue in Robert's long list of upcoming modules. The design queue isn't shown on the Sunrise page because it is quite volatile. Once a module goes into actual development then it will appear on that page.
Thanks for the info careck. One time more you have proven your knowledge about everything.
I just can surmise how long this list is and how long it will take until it comes out. I just see 11 Modules on it plus the 3 recently released ones. Is there any work done for this or is it just like a list of dreams that will come true some day? I just have no idea how many things 1 person can do... You know, I go to work every day, and if the day is over, I go home. I just have a job in which I never know what tomorrow happens, so I forgot about that "can it be done until next month?" stuff. This would maybe be a nice communityproject. If someone with knowledge tells me what I have to do, I could go to some or all or the 20? Softwares and do the work. If robertlanger has done already something or wants to develop this himself, it's no problem for me too. Really. I also would help out if it could come out fast just because it can quantize. Even if it's a bit overkill for that. But the most programming I did was in basic. I also don't have experience with the open source code, but as long it's not sold it should be no problem I believe.
From what I learned about the O&C (from when I started building it in Eurorack) it's not so much about the programming, all that should work just as is, but more about how to design the PCB for a 2U module and to change the circuit slightly to work with 5V. Funny thing is that the O&C works with 5V internally but has on the board a circuit that steps down the 12V input to the internal 5V that the Arduino wants.
Also the O&C has a relatively expensive OLED screen and I think there would be some research and negotiation required to source a suitable one for an acceptable price.