Video: Timelapse: Making an extended ridiculous case for a DIY synth.

June 8th, 2015 by celeron55

Here’s a thing I posted on Youtube.

Also, goddamnit Kdenlive, why do you have to crash all the time!? Well at least the restore-from-crash feature mostly works…

Some fun with plywood. Not sure if I fully like the end result, but it for sure is quite funky which was one of the goals.

In this video I extend the case to fit the power supply and the control/midi board, and probably a small mixer in the future. The analog sound generation boards will be external to this.

It’s not really finished at the end of this video as since then I added a carrying handle, and it doesn’t have the final knob panel and neither some other details.

Music used in this video:
Virt – Five Nine Seven Eight (CC BY-NC-SA)
dj-cat – Basses for a honey moon (CC BY-NC-SA)

Aaand streaming today as well.

June 4th, 2015 by celeron55

Come shout at me in the stream chat if you think this is too spammy. 8)

Streaming today, too.

June 3rd, 2015 by celeron55

Streaming DIY things and music on Youtube

June 2nd, 2015 by celeron55

I’m experimenting with streaming webcam footage of my desk with some (mostly) creative commons music I’m listening to.

“Hang from my ceiling watching DIY electronics and listening to music.”

Feel free to ask stuff in the stream chat!

I’ve been making a small puzzle game “Wandstep”

January 4th, 2015 by celeron55
This is Wandstep.

This is Wandstep.

I made an entry to the Ludum Dare 31 competition called “Wandstep”. It was quite rough, but had interesting game mechanics and a usable visual theme.

Regardless of the roughness and fairly bad final scores in LD31, a local gamedev guy competed with me in a number of randomly generated levels in Wandstep. It was pretty fun – the challenging flavour of fun – so I decided to give it a go and polish this thing for a few weeks.

Granted, it’s not an AAA game, but if this sounded interesting to you, give it a go!

If you have any feedback, let me know!



Plain APK:

Hint: Use the in-game menu to share a random level, and use the menu again to get a direct URL to the level – each shared URL has a unique list of highscores too.