To see a list of Noise Reap modules go here. To see the schematic cave go here.
Noise Reap started in 2015 by myself, Cody Iott. It originated by learning how to circuit bend toy keyboards from a co-worker at pizza hut. I got hooked and started learning more and more circuit theory. The first NR module was a utility VCO and sold to someone in Hong Kong.
I have a full time job, a home rennovation project, and play bass in a gigging band. My plate is full, but I always have love for you modular holigans. I'll never leave anyone high and dry. Please reach out if you have any issue at all and we'll set you straight.
If you can buy it, it's in stock. All orders will ship within 1-2 business days via USPS Ground Advantage (2-5 days). Modules ship with a 15cm 16-to-10 pin ribbon cable and M3 screws.
Contact me about international shipping and I'll try to get you a quote. In general, it will be uncomfortably high unless you are in Canada or Mexico.
Open source policy
Contingent on three rules, NR modules are open source:
- You can't pretend to be me or use the name Noise Reap.
- If you plan to make money off this work you must give some percentage of the profit to a cause that benefits humanity and/or nature.
- Don't ask me anything. It's up to you to figure everything out.
Noise Reap repository ↗
The majority of Noise Reap products never had a manual. Here's everything I have though:
If you're interested in starting a small tech craft business I recommend the following books in no particular order:
- The Incredible Secret Money Machine by Don Lancaster
- CMOS Cookbook by Don Lancaster
- Electronic Principles by Albert Malvino
- Transistor Circuit Approximations by Albert Malvino
- Musical Applications of Microprocessors by Hal Chamberlin
- AVR Programming: Learning to Write Software for Hardware by Elliot Williams
- Arduino for Musicians: A Complete Guide to Arduino and Teensy Microcontrollers by Brent Edstrom