Unique Electronic Musical Instruments
Delptronics offers Eurorack synthesizer modules, drum machines, stomp boxes, kits, and other unique electronic musical instruments. We have lots of interesting sonic devices in development, so contact us to get on our mailing list, or follow us on Facebook and Youtube. You can also follow Chief Inventor Mickey Delp on his blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube.
Coming Soon...We showed off prototypes of amazing new Delptronics modules at The NAMM Show.
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Our Product Line:
The Deptronics Trigger Man eurorack module unique trigger/gate sequencer with a revolutionary interface that enables you to create any sequence with just two knobs.
There are 8 trigger outputs, each with its own 8 step sequence. It has 8 pattern memories (sets of 8X8 sequences), which can be played back in any order and chained into a series of patterns up to 100 patterns long. There are even two CV input jacks to control the sequences, patterns, or tempo. All of this fits in a very compact 8 HP wide module.
New Version 2 firmware update adds tons of powerful new features in the same hardware!
Each output can have a different number of steps from 1 to 8.
External gate and reset input.
Edit a pattern while other patterns are playing.
If you already own a Trigger Man, find out how to get the update.
The new Deptronics ThunderBell is a clasic analog voltage controlled cowbell. The circuit is inspired by the great cowbell sound in the Korg KR-55. The ThunderBell adds voltage controlled pitch and the eurorack module version also includes voltage controlled decay.
The ThunderBell is avialable as an assembled eurorack module, assembled inside an actuall cowbell, or as a kit.
The Delptronics Thunderclap is a classic analog hand clap effect based on the famous hand clap sound of the TR-808 and TR-909 drum machines with extra knobs to tweak the sound from claps to finger snaps to snares to cymbals to thunderous crashes.
The Thunderclap is available as a fully assembled and tested eurorack module or a stompbox in a heavy-duty aluminum enclosure with awesome graphics. It is also available as a DIY stompbox kit, a ¼" module kit, or a Eurorack module kit.
The LDB-1e Eurorack Module uses the same analog drum circuitry as the LDB-1 drum machine. It has eight trigger inputs and one audio output in a very compact 4 HP wide module.
The LDB-1x Expansion Module provides a separate output jack and volume control for each drum as well as a summed output with its own volume control.
The LDB-1 “Little Drummer Boy” is a modern recreation of the classic analog drum machines of the 80's, like the Roland TR-606 and TR-808. Our goal was to recreate the warm sounds of the classics, using all analog circuitry - not samples. The brain of the LDB-1 is a powerful digital microcontroller that triggers the analog drum sounds and provides the sequencer, programmability and connectivity features. Easily interfaces with other instruments, synthesizers, DAWs, etc. through analog connections, MIDI, and DINsync.
A step sequencer for controlling circuit-bent devices that were never even designed to be controlled. Available as a kit or fully assembled.
January 22 - 25, 2015
Delptronics will be at The NAMM Show in Hall A, Booth #6990.
September 12 - 14, 2014
April 23 - 27, 2014
Delptronics will be in the Modular Marketplace at Moog Fest.
Marh 9, 2014
Delptronics founder Mickey Delp will be among the twenty entrepreneurs, hardware startups, manufacturers, and marketers presenting at Stage Two during South by Southwest Interactive.
January 23 - 26, 2014
Delptronics will be at The NAMM Show.
October 7, 2013
Mickey Delp gave a presentation on Analog Sound in a Digital World at the Captivate Conference.
January 24 - 27, 2013
Delptronics will be at The NAMM Show.
March 7, 2012 / May 12, 2012
Mickey Delp gave a presentation on Electronic Sound Synthesis at Nerd Nite Austin in March and reprised the presentation at the Austin Maker Faire in May. Click here to watch the video of the March presentation.
January 4, 2012
December 8, 2011