// MODULE STILL UNDER DEVELOPMENT //
BigFish is our full fledged synth.
This beeper started out life as Goldfish; a plug-in on the PocketPC for the Griff sequencer, and a buzzmachine in 2002. It has grown up since. Swimming out of software and into its’ own enclosure for the first time as a self-contained synthesizer – coming out to play at the Landjuweel festival in 2015. Continuing on its’ journey it has now been netted by the modular system.
Many beep, beepy beep beep with buttons that click and indicators that blink and flash to anyones’ heart content.
Has its’ own certain sound that we have grown to love and we think you will too. Net this fish, good for your health.
Type : Synthesizer
Height: xx mm
Depth : xxcm Skiff friendly.
Power : 100mA 12V, 20mA -12V
First play Tuesday vid
Lovely vid of our Tuesday getting a new home with ApolaKipso "First play with the TINRS Tuesday Procedural Sequencer." "This is a simple patch, mainly for debugging while setting up the clocking - I'm using [...]
Superbooth17 Tuesday demo vids
Short demo of our procedural sequencer at Superbooth17 for KEYBOARDS.de A German audio magazine Spot the differences with this short demo of Tuesday for Gearslutz.com More about the this great procedural [...]
What can I say? If you were there, you probably already know and if you weren’t there you can only stare at the pictures and be jealous. It was great. Really great. Supergreat. Anyone [...]
LAUNCHING TUESDAY AT SUPERBOOTH17
TINRS proudly presents Tuesday – our procedural sequencer. LIFT OFF AT SUPERBOOTH17 20-22 April, Berlin The day you’ve dreamed of is finally here… Well, the day we have dreamed of is finally here. At Superbooth17 [...]
It started in late summer of 2016. Well actually, it started about 25 years ago with a love for sound and not enough money to buy studio equipment. This lead to programming software synths [...]
Building the Tuesday – procedural sequencer assembly
Our Tuesday is almost all together. Our beloved procedural sequencer module for the Eurorack system. We had the frontplates made in Holland and the electronics made in China, so we figured we would assemble [...]