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Thingamagoop 2 – RGB

Analog + digital noise friend.

Built out of stock. Low stock on kits.

Arduino code | Schematics | Instructions | Parts list

Built units out of stock until August-ish. Low stock on kits.

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The Thingamagoop 2 is a handmade, analog + digital synthesizer you control with light.
- Analog VCO controlled by photocell.
- Digital mode with sample and hold, Arpeggios, noise, and bit crush effects.
- Open source, Arduino code so you can program your own sounds!
- Analog mode with all the sounds of the original Thingamagoop.
- Controllable “LEDacle” – Ramp and random waveforms with rate control.
- New modulators – Square wave amplitude modulator and triangle wave pulse width modulator.
- Tough, stomp box type body with silk screened graphics in 3 different styles.
- Easy to access battery – No more screws.
- Much fuller and louder speaker.
- CV out. Control your vintage synth or modular with light!
- Kit now comes with a pre-drilled enclosure.
- Still assembled in Austin, Texas by Dr. Bleep and friends.

What happened to the other colors?

Unfortunately we can no longer produce the standard, red, green, and blue Thingamagoop 2s. But let’s be honest, the RGB is way cooler.

Kit

The kit great for beginners with its detailed instructions and photos of each step. Advanced users can taking advantage of the Arduino integration, control voltage in and out, or just bend it like crazy!

Arduino

The Thingamagoop 2 uses Arduino to control the analog VCO as well as the LEDacle. You don’t need an Arduino board to use the Thingamagoop 2, only if you want to reprogram it to make your own ridiculous sounds!

CV

The Thingamagoop has a 1/8″ jack on the top for control voltage out. Here’s Dr. Bleep and his band, The Hearts and the Minds, using the Thingamagoop 2 to control a Moog Prodigy.
Note that the output is not 1 Volt/Octave but you can use it to make some ridiculous sounds.