The BugBrand WorkshopCrusher DIY kit provides all the parts to build a compact Analogue Sample-rate Reducer device. The kit design and documentation aim to make the process as straight forward and informative as possible, suitable even for complete beginners to electronics.
The PCB is 56mm x 91mm in size.
The WorkshopCrusher is part of the BugCrusher family, with the WorkshopCrusher a new refinement of the classic MicroCrusher design
The kit includes rubber feet so it’s ready to use instantly without an enclosure.
It does not include a power supply. The PSU required is the common ‘Boss’ type of guitar pedal supply. (a 2.1mm 9v DC power socket with centre- negative polarity).
This was designed for typical 9V operation, but the circuit should be fine running direct off +12V or +15V (unipolar – no negative rail).
A full set of documentation is now online: http://www.bugbrand.co.uk/docs/workshopcrusher.pdf
- overview of the kit and components
- introduction to soldering
- the actual kit building
- circuit analysis
- BOM, Parts Placement and Schematic
There is a forum thread here for build support.
BULK DISCOUNT FOR GROUPS – Buy ten kits and get a 20% discount. This would be a great kit for informal workshops in small groups, or in a hackspace or similar.
This discount will be limited to a few offerings – please email for details.