As seen below in the vid, here’s a useable Eurorack case that works with your Tip-top HEK rails. The zip file contains an AI file (no compression), an SVG and an EPS. It is deep, 6 inches, because I’ll eventually put it between the the other cases. That’s why there’s a little “lip” to keep it from sliding backwards when I plug stuff in.
Plans for a 126hp Eurorack case
I put in some features you can delete if you want. There’s a vent in case things get too hot, holes for mounting an Arduino and holes for power and USB. It goes together pretty quickly, cutting 1/4″ acrylic and dabs of acrylic plastic glue on the “fingers.”
I ran out of room.
Nature abhors a vacuum, so I had to buy this
And you know what happens next. I needed a new case. Fortunately by friend Bubba wanted to sell a Tip-top Happy Ending kit, so I designed a case over at http://www.makercase.com/
I have a Mordax Data oscilloscope coming and need a place to plug it in, so I figured it would be a good time to get that Kilpatrick Pattern Generator on eBay.
I did this live on the Euro. 4 voices, no post. My ancient Roland MC-303 ran all 4 voices.
And that’s why I love Knobcon. Knobcon 4: Raiders of the Lost Arp. Plenty of stuff to love and want. I narrowly escaped buying only a bag of patchcords.
Here’s a porn video.
I sequenced this in Reaper and ended with about 100 tracks of audio.