Cyber City Circuits
Audio & Music

Dreamweaver 4N

A four-note sequencer for making unique music in real time

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Music in Real Time

Dreamweaver 4N is a four note sequencer with potentiometers that allow the user to make their own unique music.

Control Everything with Knobs and Switches

There are six control knobs. Four knobs control up to four different notes, the fifth one controls how long the notes play, and the sixth controls the spacing between the notes. Each note can be turned on and off with a latching button.

Earlier prototype shown here, 2019.

On-board Buzzer and Headphone Jack

While Dreamweaver 4N has a small piezo-buzzer you can listen to, but its true sound comes out when you connect it to your sound system through the on-board headphone jack.

Features & Specifications:

Note: Many images used here feature an older revision of the Dreamweaver. Updates to the version shown are as follows:

A more recent prototype is shown below:

Dreamweaver 4N - most recent revision shown here, with battery holder removed.

Support & Documentation

This project is proudly open source - hardware and software. We want you to be able to share what you can create with your Dreamweaver 4N. We’ll add more resources as they become available. Hardware files will be uploaded when they are complete, and we’re working on a guide for programming that will be published during this campaign.

Dreamweaver 4N Demo

Manufacturing Plan

We do all of the manufacturing and assembly in the USA, specifically at our offices in Augusta, Georgia. We have experience doing assembly and production work right in the heart of downtown Augusta. We do this to keep production local, but we also think it is very important to help teach these types of skills to locals who may not have an opportunity to learn them otherwise.

Dreamweaver 4N Backstory

I started out making small keyboards and synth type devices around the ATmega328P microcontroller so making a small sequencer around the ATmega328P was the next natural step. When I came up with the idea, I was showing a friend of mine a three-octave keyboard I made out of the microcontroller and he asked if I had ever made a sequencer. At the time, I hadn’t, but I decided that I would design one to add to my next order from my PCB manufacturer. Once I got it I could not put it down. The next day I took it to an electronic music festival and showed everyone. When eight people wanted to buy one right then and there, I knew I had something that people would want. This is why I have brought the Dreamweaver 4N to the Crowd Supply market to share it with the world.

Dreamweaver 4N - early revision shown here.

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Produced by Cyber City Circuits in Augusta, GA.

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Dreamweaver 4N

One Dreamweaver 4N and a USB cable.

$99 $8 US Shipping / $18 Worldwide

About the Team

Cyber City Circuits

Augusta, GA  ·

At Cyber City Circuits, we truly believe that the best way to new industry and to foster innovation is through education. At the beginning, we focused on teaching after school programs and corporate workshops to help spread our joy of electronics to everyone. Now, being a contract manufacturer, we are able to work together with others to help bring their devices to life. Our enjoyment of teaching still exists, and we work with clients to provide the best service and direction we can.

David A Ray

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