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A flexible, and hackable 4-channel 1u eurorack sequencer. Libre hardware.
Note: the yesman default panel uses the intellijel 1u size specification. However, the PCB can also fit the whatever spec. You simply need to change the CAD file model specification.
The yesman firmware is written in Rust, running on an STM32F1. The button mappings can be modified via the configuration files. You need to have cargo setup for cross-compilation.
If you're using nix you can use the provided shell file to load the required environment.
$ nix-shell ... $ cargo build --release
To flash the firmware you should use the
openocd project! For
development it's recommended you run
sudo openocd (you can skip
sudo if your user has access to the USB peripherals in
then run the binary with
$ cargo run --release ... gdb opens ...
The front panel
As previously mentioned the front panel can be configured for two
different 1u size specifications. Use the
panel/build.sh tool to
The final design files can be compiled into
If you want to hack on the PCB, the design files can be found in
board/. You need KiCad 5 to open them.
The yesman firmware, and pcb design are licensed under the GNU General Public License 3.0 (or later). The yesman front panel is licensed under the CC-BY-SA 4.0.