Superbooth 2016: Music Thing Modular Turing Machine and Prototypes

Tom Whitwell shows off his new Turing Machine and some really interesting prototypes      31/03/16

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The new Music Thing Modular Turing Machine was announced a few days ago, adding some new functionality to the very popular DIY module.

The Turing Machine (if you didn't know already) is a device for making pseudo-random pitch and rhythmical loops.

As well as that we got a look at some prototypes that Tom had on offer.

The first of which was a guitar pick up module. When you hover different electronic devices over the pick up weird buzzes and hums are produced.

The second prototype was a very interesting tape head module. Tom had some cut up 1/4 inch reels taped to a board which he then scrubbed over with a tape head on a cable.

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