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Finally getting around to making an awesome case for my MeeBlip Micro.
Here's the front panel plan in it's current iteration:
I'm calling it the M3 or "MeeBlip-Mega-Micro" as it's using a piece of steel plate 8.5"x13" from an old guitar effects pedal as the front panel.
I'm using a mix of rotary pots, linear pots, and a collection of toggle switches I found in my workshop. I'm planning on using the 4x4 switch matrix array (don't worry I won't forget about the diodes), as well as an internal speaker with auto-switch-off when you plug it into something else. As well as 9v battery power. I'm planning on making a small case for the panel out of wood. Also, the switch colors are for reference, they show the original meeblip's switch matrixing.