A new, Irish invention for powering multiple devices from a single source without electrocuting the entire rhythm section.
Luke Brennan, founder of Dublin-based MyVolts and him off the ‘telly’, writes:
It’s like a daisy chain, but you can chain the characteristics (tip size, polarity, link length) as you go along the chain. It’s very useful for those looking to power a couple of synthesisers, or guitar pedals, or both, in the simplest way possible.
It’s just a small thing, but very useful to the person who needs it.
We were lucky enough to have the wonderful synth/ bass guitar wizard Gaz Williams create a launch video (above) for us.
We designed it in-house, we’re very proud to be an Irish company making useful contributions to the world of music technology.
myvolts founder Luke Brennan (him off the telly) writes:
Got music gear gathering dust? Bring it to the myVolts Gear Swap! Eurorack, synths, effects pedals, MIDI controllers, drum machines, audio interfaces – it’s all welcome, at The Ampitheatre, Wood Quay, Dublin at 5pm to 9pm.
Stop by, have a gear chat, swap away, AND pick up some freebies.
Alleviate your Gear Acquisition Syndrome guilt at the friendliest environmentally-friendly event of Culture Night, with myVolts!
Power your guitar pedals, amps, synths, and whatnot where you charge your phone.
From MyVolts, the ‘most interesting small device power supply company to come out of Dublin in years’.
Luke Brennan, of MyVolts, writes:
We have just gone live with a kickstarter campaign to launch our new product, ‘Ripcord’.
We think it’s a great alternative to plugging things into the wall.
The journey in getting this product to market included working with half a dozen young Irish designers, development sessions in Cloughjordan ecovillage, expert reviews in Berlin, along with visits to manufacturers in China.
We’d love if you could ask your readers to have a look at our Kickstarter preview page [link below] and leave any comments they might have…