Mini-Patch v.1 is a compact analog synthesizer.
It was developed for an electronics workshop for high school students.
The goal was to design a reduced, simple circuit for a sound generator that contains all the elements of an electronic instrument.
The parameters of the Mini-Patch can be controlled like a modular synthesizer with control voltage of an integrated LFO.
It is also possible to connect several modules to create more complex modulations.
Instead of an industrially manufactured PCB, the concept of Paper PCBs by Berlin artist Wolfgang Spahn was used (courtesy of the artist).
With Paper PCB, it is possible to easily and inexpensively produce PCBs yourself without the ordering process and waiting time associated with industrial production.