Peaks is a dual channel multifunction module – it can be an ADSR, a clockable LFO, or a bass drum/snare drum.
It’s a nice easy build with relatively few components. It’s 0603 but the ARM processor isn’t as fine pitched as some of the other MI modules, and it’s a great next step up from an 0805 build or something like MI Ripples.
As per usual, I built this in three stages: ICs and semiconductors, then resistors and capacitors, using a hot air gun (340 degrees on low air flow) and then the through-hole components with a chisel tip iron.
I’m waiting for an JLC order of 5 PCBs of a CV-able version which will be even more useful.
Time to clean the antistatic mat, though.