I’m very interested by putting an Organelle on my pedalboard in a loop of my Boss LS-2 so that I can play it with my guitar through guitar patches and easy turn it on/off.
It could also be used as synth (without rewiring of the board), no problem if I send it straight to my guitar amp?
Who’s using that wonderful piece of gear like that?
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I am REALLY considering doing that… I have a Fractal FX8 as my board so I’m kinda thinking it could be a pretty epic combination…
It says 9VDC (center positive) with 1000mA. Does it really need so much power? or is it the power supply given with the Organelle?
The Organelle ships with a power supply (9VDC, 1000mA, Center-Positive polarity:
When the Organelle starts up, it can draw more amperage than when it is running. That’s why it ships with a power supply that provides 1000mA.
It is not recommended to use a power supply that deviates from the above specifications (9VDC, 1000mA, Center-Positive polarity) as unpredictable behavior and/or damage to the instrument could occur.
I’m super excited to hear how this works for people…
Re: the adapter, I imagine the best solution would be to use the courtesy outlet of a Voodoo Lab PP2+ or another pedalboard power supply that has a similar setup.
Devices that don’t get the right mA are unhappy and don’t function correctly at best. Plus the center positive nature…
I have just recently incorporated the organelle into my vocal pedal board. I used a custom built "split n blend circuit to send a signal to the organelle and return. Also placed a momentary switch on the board to have controls and a volume pedal to be able to adjust hands free. I keep the organelle a playing height, but I suppose you could mount it right to the board if you don’t plan on adjusting much or playing the keys.