Scott Metoyer : Hypercube
Hypercube
A handheld cubic form factor modular synthesizer.
Cubic modular synthesizer A handheld cubic form factor modular synthesizer featuring 22hp per side.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long did it take to make it?
Took about a week of planning and another few days to construct everything in the garage.
How long have you been doing things like this?
I've been involved in modular synthesis and sound art for about two years.
How much did this cost to do?
Very little! It was constructed mostly from scrap wood in the garage and modules I already had.
Have you done other things like this?
I have several modular synth-based art projects up on Instagram that are more or less similar to this.
Are there plans available to make this? Do you sell this?
I'm working on a short run of a similar case that will be available on Etsy soon.
What’s next?
So much! My project backlog is growing and I'm moving into a new workspace this month that should really open up my prototyping possibilities.
Resoures?
Check out Adafruit - they have a great selection of sensors, microcontrollers, and tools for tinkerers.
Scott Metoyer : Maker
The maker Scott Metoyer
Ontario, CA
Scott Metoyer is a synthesist, experimenter, software developer, and visual creator from Southern California. His work explores the hidden symphonies all around us, locked away in the mundane artifacts of daily living and consumerism.

Scott uses custom-built controllers, modular synthesizers, and algorithmic processes to capture and manipulate reappropriated data into intricate and evocative soundscapes. He self-releases projects on Bandcamp , has many open source projects available on GitHub , and is currently designing a small range of boutique Eurorack modules.
Connect with Scott Metoyer
How I can help you:
Open source software tools and development.
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