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In the first episode of Pulse Tips, our new series of short, focused tutorials, we examine how to save your settings with the DSO Nano 3 Digital Oscilloscope, a great open source tool for Eurorack users.

This pocket-sized device is a cheap alternative to larger analog scopes and rack mounted options like the Mordax DATA or the Dave Jones O’Tool (though it doesn’t look quite as cool…) While it may not pack in all of the features found in more expensive scopes, the Nano provides plenty of information to the user nonetheless. If you google the DSO Nano 3, you’ll find they are quite reasonably priced and can be found for under $60.

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The DSO Nano Oscilloscope includes an input port on the side for an 1/8 inch cable, making connection to a Eurorack system extremely simple. Simply connecting the output from an oscillator to a buffered mult, then route one output to a VCA or mixer and another to the DSO Nano will allow you to monitor the sound as well as examine the wave shape, voltage range and more.

From the SEEED website…

Based on ARM -M3, it’s equipped with 320*240 color display, USB port and recharging function. It’s compact, simple to operate; meets the basic demands of school lab, electric furniture repairment and electric engineering.

Pulse Tips are our new series of short, informative tutorials, providing focused tips and tricks to get the most from the modules and tools in your system. Watch the Voltage Control Lab Youtube channel for weekly Pulse Tips on Fridays, in addition to our continuing regular series of tutorials on Tuesdays!

What kind of oscilloscope are you using? Let us know in the comments!

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Pulse Tips #1 – Saving Settings On DSO Nano

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