Is your power supply the correct polarity? That’s a common mistake.
I don’t use a Mac, but if you read the other posts on this forum, you’ll see another user that has successfully used a Mac.
no, the device already has bootloader and software. you don’t need to touch the bootloader.
you are probably missing the arduino drivers for your PC.
as far as i know, you want a supply that exceeds the maximum draw of the nanosynth. if it’s bigger, that’s a good thing – that means it generates enough current to power the device. an excess isn’t a problem.
Voltage is a different story, but we’re talking about current.
I created a video to demonstrate what the QuattroFonti is all about:
Thanks for your answer. Now I can share my stuff.
The 2 LFOs have no controls except the knobs, for speed. No FM, No sync. The one feature I’d love to see most on a nanosynth v2 is voltage controlled LFOs so that I could experiment with cross modulation.
Out of the box, the Mozzi oscillator’s pitch is determined by the MIDI notes, but it could be modified to respond to CV on a different pin. It wouldn’t be a very hard job.