Hackspace tinkerer Koka Nikoladze has built an impressive electromechanical monophonic step sequencer called the BlinkWheel. The looped sounds are triggered when a rotating arm comes into contact with LEDs spaced out around the upper disc. A sound can be added to the sequence by popping a new LED into an available slot, or removed by simply lifting it out again. It's a joy to watch, as you can see for yourself below...
Continue Reading BlinkWheel's tuneful sequence is controlled by flashing LEDs

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