Mr. Braska arrived safely at fonik’s to receive a warm welcome and an immediate tour of the laboratory!
Mr. Braska forgot he was packed tightly in an envelope for some days as soon as Fonik put him to listen to some ambient music
Then, after soothing time, Mr. Braska started climbing on the modular just left of Fonik’s desk.
He is sitting almost inside a eurorack row that Fonik is currently filling, and he is sitting right besides the prototype for a professional manufacturer pre-built version of Fonik’s attenuverting mixer. Fonik will be probably publishing it somewhere in 2010.
And there, he posed:
After those publicity shots, Mr Braska got his froggy hands on a divider that Fonik was testing at the time.
So, after Fonik explained to Mr. Braska the inner workings of the divider, they opened together a fresh batch of the ADC controlled sequencer prototype PCBs.
And then, Fonik got Mr. Braska A PRESENT!!!!!!
Rejoice little frog! you can open your own mail from now on!
Mr. Braska got overly excited with his gift (a razor-sharp swiss army knife) that he almost got a pcb surface scratched. When he calmed down from the surprize, he helped Fonik open another PCB batch! Lets see..
And here he is posing with his new present on top of Fonik’s expansion board for thomas white’s LPG!. If you buy this PCB from Fonik, you will have the privilege to own some of Mr. Braska’s butt-hair with it! So rush now!
And there is a photo of Fonik’s lab (do I spot an OLD oscilloscope under the desk?). Here, Mr. Braska is learning the ins and outs of breadboarding!
Mr. Braska, sitting on the neatly-boxed soundlab oversees a sea of pcbs. I spot the ubiquitous midibox at the lower part of the photo!
And here, a closer look at the SoundLab. He has changed the frequency pots to more precise ones from what I can see…
We might get a look at his “behind” (ass), but Mr. Braska is getting a look at the inner workings of a hardware incarnation of the VSTfx “breakdown filter”. the audio steps through eight (8!) state variable VCFs.
Here, the divider that Mr. Braska saw on the first pictures, is being put to the test!
And there is always a dedicated drill lying around somewhere in the lab.. Let’s get some photos with it too!
Well, that was one helluva tour! Now Mr. Braska, happy with his life is going to get a good night’s sleep.
He is going to dream about …. THE MODULAR!