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Halo: A light up patch cable from myVolts x Andrew Huang

A project in Dublin, Ireland by Luke Brennan
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LED lit and beautifully designed, these cables will light your way.
Backers: 449
Average Pledge Per Backer: €133

Funded: €59,546 of €25,000
Dates: Nov 15th -> Dec 2nd (17 days)
Project By: Luke Brennan
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Latest News

Using Halo with Pedals, Desktop synths, Keyboard controllers - Last post before campaign ends in 3 hours!

December 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi All Thought you would enjoy a 2 minute video from Luke Brennan, MD at myVolts explaining some of the uses of Halo, modular and beyond! It's last chance to jump on the Halo train, tell your friends, they'll not want to miss out on the stretch goal... (Read More)

40K and 50K stretch goals reached - Come get some cut price add-ons!

November 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi All As promised, here are some very cool add-ons released, check this out; 40K Goal Reached - Halo Splitter CV AB - Stretch Special - EUR10 Add-on We've reborn this very beautiful cable with Halo on board! This is a great cable! With a convenient... (Read More)

myVolts Candycord Halo Kickstarter

November 28th - via: soundonsound.com
myVolts are currently running a Kickstarter campaign to fund Candycord Halo, a range of illuminated patch cables aimed at users of modular synths. Each plug in a cable is equipped with an LED which lights up when presented with a voltage between 3 and 12V, providing users with visual feedback on the status of their CV connections. (Read More)

Black Friday 40% off deals - plus stretch goal add-ons for 1 Euro revealed!

November 25th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Backers Along with trying to make the best LED patch cable we could, we wanted to explore what additional items we could bring to the world of LED audio indicators.  Could we create a new wave of LED products?  We were willing to try. Here are... (Read More)

Halo is getting made - Why we wanted to make this product - New video.

November 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi All Firstly, thanks to everyone for backing this, we're super excited about bringing it to life. We feel that this is a tool that should lead to greater intuition in your creative process, we hope they enhance the way your creativity turns into... (Read More)

myVolts Intros Candycord Halo Light-Up Patch Cables

November 22nd - via: synthtopia.com
myVolts has launched a Kickstarter project for Candycord Halo light-up patch cables. The cables are designed to be used with modular, semi-modular, CV controllers and even guitar pedal expression ports. They have illuminated rings around the plug, with bi-color LEDs that react to the amplitude and polarity of your CV signals. (Read More)

Irish Company myVolts launches innovative audio product “Candycord Halo”

November 17th - via: techbuzzireland.com
Candycords Halo – a unique range of illuminating premium audio cables for modular synths and more – is the hot new audio product from myVolts Ltd. The 2-week Kickstarter campaign kicks runs until 2nd December 2022. Candycords Halo was developed in close collaboration with Toronto-based music and video producer Andrew Huang. (Read More)

Halo: Light-up patch cables done right from myVolts and Andrew Huang

November 16th - via: gearnews.com
Halo cables are based on myVolts Candycord patch cables but with magic infused into the ends. As voltage passes through, the value of the signal is visualised with LEDs embedded into the plug. What’s different about this to other light-up patch cables is that the light only emerges from the top and bottom of the plug in a rather nice halo. (Read More)

MATRIXSYNTH: myVolts Candycord Halo Cables

November 9th - via: matrixsynth.com
myVolts wrote in to let us know about their upcoming Candycord Halo Cables. The following is what they had to say about them: "They're a range of coloured modular patch cables with discrete led lighting elements within their connectors, lighting up when Control Voltages (CV) passes through them... (Read More)

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