Recap Last week, I presented the 4th part of the Virtual Pickups series. The article continues the series with the introduction of the preprocessor and
Production time! We only do limited production runs based on demand. Having sold out on all Nu and Nexus items, it’s time for a new
A few years ago, I wrote a three part article series about virtual pickups: emulating guitar pickups in software. Now it is 2020 and after
The photo below captures the never ending search for paths that may bring me closer to my goal —that elusive dream, ever so vivid in
We are now offering consulting services for product development, both hardware and software, from conceptualization and prototyping all the way to the final product. If
Before anything else, thank you very much for making the first Nexus-GK batch a success. The batch sold-out pretty fast! To be honest, I was
Jessica “Psy” DeLacy is known for her work in the animation industry. Beyond pixels, and into the audio and music realm, Psy generally built a
My masterpiece! After years of research and development, starting with the Alpha project, I think my goal is now finally within reach, and I am very
Reload Last year, I wrote a series of articles about Bitstream Autocorrelation: Synth Tracking Bliss! Bitstream Autocorrelation The code has matured significantly from its inception.
Are you a Nu v1 or Neo user? I announced the release of Nexus GK the other day. It was an important milestone for us.
Finally! I’m proud to release the Nexus-GK: a small, flexible, and hacker-friendly breakout box that connects your multichannel guitar to the outside world using a
These Nexus-GK boxes are fully tested and ready to go! … Embracing the Roland GK-13 pin as a secondary connector. More information to follow. Watch this space.
Continuing our Constructing Thor series, here are some more pictures of the work in progress. Check out these links to know more about Thor: Time for
Meanwhile, the Q Audio DSP Library is inching its way towards a 1.0 release. For those who don’t know yet what it is, here’s the
It’s the first time I didn’t post anything for more than a month. Ideally, my target is posting at least once a week. April was
Last month, I posted some mid-section pictures of the Carbon Fiber-Wood prototype. Now this guitar has a name, “Thor”, thanks to Bill Banks who first
So, recently I got some connectors from our Spicetone friends. I claimed that this is the best choice (or at least a suitable choice), but there
After the release of the BOSS SY-1000, I think it is time to finally embrace the Roland GK-13 pin as a secondary connector. In retrospect,
Look what we got recently from our Spicetone friends! Thank you Rein Sabolotny. Now what shall we do with these, hmmmm… 🙂
I wrote about the halldorophone before in my post titled Embracing Feedback. The halldorophone is a cello-like, bowed acoustic-electric instrument that utilizes feedback to generate
I probably need a name for this concept guitar… Work in progress. Many years ago, I designed and built Alpha. Last year, I started working
This might be trivial to some, but sometimes you have to dig into the details. As you already know, instead of direct soldering, we use
Most of our discussions happen in our Facebook Group. The forum has served us well, and continue to do so. However, some folks do not
For those who missed the recent Cyber Week promo, here’s another chance! By popular demand, we’re extending the 20% promo on all items yet again.
What is this Nu Capsule all about? Here’s a page, dedicated to demystifying the Nu Capsule: The Nu Capsule. If there’s anything else I might
It always bothers me when I see ugly, unmaintainable MCU code, which seems to be prevalent in the embedded programming world. Everywhere I look, I
We now offer free shipping on all Nu products including the Nu Capsules and Nu Multis as a small token of appreciation for your support.
Last time, I posted a short demo of Infinity at v0.8. Working hard to completion, we’re now at v0.91. Here are some of the latest
Another milestone… The Ascend VPU plugin, the virtual pickups software I’ve been working on, is now at v0.9. Soon, we will be in beta. By
I’m glad to announce that we now officially have the Nu Multi Acoustic as standard in our online store. We’ve already worked on a few
I love Ibanez Jems. I have two. Well, actually I got one, more than 10 years ago, but my wife loves Steve Vai so much
Playing around with Infinity, now at v0.8… Nu-6 plus Infinity drivers set at level 0.5 (max 1.0). Clean, with a bit of EQ, compression and
I owe Just Dominik some CAD drawings. He asked me if I can share the Alpha designs. It’s a Neck-Through design using Bamboo and Carbon-Fiber.
Update: Renamed the library to avoid the name Clash with QNX Photon. Let me tell you a bit about Elements… From my previous post about
Allow me to introduce Ascend. As mentioned in my previous post, the Infinity project spun off into two parts. The hardware part will keep the
The Infinity project is my holy grail. If you just tuned in recently, you might ask what is that? Well, In a nutshell: “Polyphonic sustain,
We recently uncovered a stash of fresh XRs. I thought it would be nice to make some Nu-XR Combos, for the Nu v2. So consider
In the past few years, our Facebook Group has served us well and continually do so. It’s a nice forum, easily accessible if you are
I must have stirred controversy in my previous post. Take the comments from this thread for example: The future of DSP?. I almost wanted to
The writing is on the wall. I said it before, I’ll say it again: The dedicated DSP processor will become obsolete. I’m being modest, actually.
Look, we have a few of these All-Black Nu V2 Multi. What do you think? It’s the same Nu Multi like before, but with a black
Update: Oh, and in addition to the Academic Discount just announced, we are also now offering the Nu Multi Basic set (less $40) for hackers
Research is a crucial part of Cycfi. There’s this incessant desire to learn and keep abreast with the latest technologies, and we are all aware
Announcing the release of the Q Audio DSP Library v0.9 beta: https://github.com/cycfi/Q Q is a cross-platform C++ library for Audio Digital Signal Processing. Aptly named
One of the most frequently asked questions is how to connect the Nu Multi to Roland gear. There are many ways to do it, from
There’s this discussion in the Cycfi Facebook group about creating a set of videos and demonstrations on “benefits of independent string processing”. I intend to do
Here’s something nice to start the New Year from Fabio Mittino. The guitar is a Cristian Mirabella archtop equipped with a swappable pickguard loaded with a special
I’ve always been fascinated with the Fourier Transform, even at a very young age. I’m also a very visual person and I always think graphically. I
My holy grail… It’s been on the back burner for far too long since after its inception in 2014, giving priority to other projects such as the