When PT discovered this beautiful artifact from 1979, the Computer Perfection electronic memory game, we knew we had to transform it into a sci-fi drone synthesizer!

Luckily, this coincided with Jepler's work on the CircuitPython synthio library and the release of the Metro M7 -- a perfect confluence of events!

This project takes the Computer Perfection and reuses its buttons and switches to trigger a polyphonic, multi-timbral wavetable synthesizer for all your spacey jam sessions. It includes ADSR envelopes and LFO modulation for a beautiful, other-worldly sound.


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28-position DIP Connector

You'll use this to wire the buttons and switches to the Metro M7 using the original DIP socket.

1 x DIY USB Cable Parts
Straight Micro B Jack
1 x DIY USB or HDMI Cable Parts
20 cm Ribbon Cable
1 x Woven USB A Cable with Magnetic Tips
Micro B, Type C, and iOS

This guide was first published on Jun 06, 2023. It was last updated on Jun 14, 2024.

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