infovore + diy   25

DDS AHDSR for 5U modulars | MidiSizer
ATmega / DAC based envelope generator. Filed for reference.
microcontroller  electronics  synthesizer  diy 
6 weeks ago by infovore
PCBShopper » A Price Comparison Site for Printed Circuit Boards
Compare PCB fabrication around the world and get the cheapest for your precise needs. Useful!
diy  electronics  hardware  pcb  manufacture 
january 2017 by infovore
Alex Rice Piezo Preamplifier | Zach Poff
I've not been pre-amping my piezos, so this sounds like something I should put together.
audio  diy  microphones  piezeo  transducer  amplification 
may 2016 by infovore
Axoloti
Cortex M4 + on-board audio and MIDI + midi host + lots of GPIO = iiinteresting low-cost audio/midi prototyping board.
audio  midi  diy  dsp  hardware  electronics  arm 
december 2015 by infovore
CMOS Synthesizers - Beavis Audio Research
Another interesting resource on simple CMOS sound generators.
audio  cmos  electronics  diy  oscillators 
march 2015 by infovore
fun with sea moss (or, basic digital sound devices)
Basic digital oscillators based on hex inverters and the like.
audio  diy  electronics  music  sound  oscillators 
march 2015 by infovore
Audiothingies
P6: DIY, virtual-analog polysynth; €200 with case in a kit. Looks really nice - sounds good, too, and has a warmth to it.
diy  electronics  synth  synthesizer 
january 2015 by infovore
The story of Yugoslavia's DIY computer revolution • Articles • Eurogamer.net
"Modli warned his listeners to be ready with their cassette recorders, then waited to see the response after he played the screeching and wailing tape into the ether. Soon he began receiving excited calls from his audience, who said they'd been able to load the program - a routine called 'Paginator' - onto their computers. But not everyone was impressed, notably the station heads. "They thought it was a scandalous event!" says Modli. "I had a big problem explaining to them that it was a revolution in radio and they should be proud."" Lovely piece of reporting, with some great tidbits, about Yugoslavia's own little z80 kit-computer from the early 80s.
computing  yugoslavia  z80  computers  technology  kits  diy 
july 2013 by infovore
Groovesizer: DIY 16-step sequencer and synth | MoShang - Chill Out Music - Musician and Producer
"I’ve attached a 16-step sequencer to the original Auduino lo-fi synth and have added 8 LEDs and 5 buttons to the original design, and thus the Groovesizer is born." Fun.
synthesizer  sequencer  arduino  music  diy 
july 2013 by infovore
OWL Programmable Effects Pedal by Martin Klang — Kickstarter
"The OWL is an open source, open hardware, reprogrammable effects pedal designed for musicians, coders, and hackers." Ie: a DSP stompbox with an ARM Cortex in it; you reprogram it by writing C++ and uploading new patches over USB.
music  diy  opensource  effects  dsp 
june 2013 by infovore
Home | Sonic Potions
"We are currently developing a new synth DIY kit. No - it's not another mono synth but a full fledged digital drum machine with integrated step sequencer." ooh.
diy  synth  drummachines  drums  sequencer 
may 2013 by infovore
A note about Anushri's unavailability | Mutable instruments
"A day of support at Mutable Instruments’ is more commonly populated with “If you see a 100kHz square wave at this node, it means the integrator charges itself very fast, probably through the op-amp compensation cap only, not the external cap – check for a bad solder joint on C9” rather than “Have you checked that the power cord is plugged?” (though it happens). Furthermore, once kits get built, ideas of mods and firmware hacks crop up – all requiring expert guidance. All in all, the “support” role at Mutable Instruments is more like “product engineering – the lost levels” – and that’s why, following the introduction of a product – support can be done by no other than the designer of the instruments themselves…" Still, MI's products are getting increasingly lovely. I've always been tempted by a Shruthi, and the Anushri looks lovely.
mutableinstruments  electronics  diy  support  synthesizers 
november 2012 by infovore
Create a new box
"Give us dimensions, and we'll generate a PDF you can use to cut a notched box on a laser-cutter." Ooh, nifty.
diy  lasercutting  box  hacking  projects 
august 2012 by infovore
MeeBlip
"The hackable, digital synth": cheap, build-your-own virtual analogue. Interesting.
synths  diy  electronics  synthesizers  music. 
march 2012 by infovore
Shruthi-1 | Mutable instruments
"The Shruthi-1 is a hybrid digital/analog monosynth. Its hardware design is deceptively simple, but the sonic range is wide: sometimes grungily digital like a PPG-Wave, fat and funky like a SH-101, videogame-y like a Commodore 64, weird and warm like an ESQ-1 ; but more often than not, truly original." Looks nice, not expensive at all.
diy  hacking  music  instruments  synths  synthesizers 
march 2012 by infovore
GetawayMoments: How to Make a Cheap and Easy Ikea Time Lapse Panning Unit Part 3
Looks like I'm going to have to go get me an Ordning Timer soon, to go with the intervalometer.
diy  hack  clockwork  photography 
september 2011 by infovore
Reknit - January: Sweater = Scarf
"You send an old sweater to my mom. She unravels it... and knits you a scarf." This is brilliant.
knitting  recycling  clothes  diy  wool  granufacture 
january 2010 by infovore
The Game Crafter - Your game REALIZED - Home
"It is time you took that game you created and publish it. No more homemade board or cards. You have arrived. Now, publish it!" Ooh. Cafepress/Spreadshirt but for boardgames. Nifty - wonder what the quality's like.
games  boardgames  printondemand  publishing  diy  design 
july 2009 by infovore
The History of the Pinball Construction Set: Launching Millions of Creative Possibilities
Retrospective on Pinball Construction Set, as well as EA's subsequent forays into "construction kit" territory, as a brief history of accessible, mainstream game-creation tools.
programming  games  ugc  creation  development  diy 
february 2009 by infovore
EnerJar | The do-it-yourself power meter
"The EnerJar is an easy-to-build device that accurately measures the power draw of electrical appliances" Delightful - lovely form-factor (in itself, an act of recycling), simple to build, genuine usefulness. More like this, please.
enerjar  powerconsumption  energy  environment  electronics  hacking  diy 
february 2008 by infovore
Eye On Birmingham: The Ring
Ingenious home-made ringlight for macro work.
diy  photography  flash  macro  ringlight  strobist 
october 2007 by infovore
x0xb0x: Transistorize the World
Wow: $300 perfect usb/midi clone of a 303. DIY; want.
tb303  analog  synth  diy  electronics 
march 2005 by infovore
Maggie Muggs Project - Work In Progress Page 1
diy ramjet for $60, using two thermos mugs. wicked.
diy  jet  jetengine  make  ramjet 
october 2004 by infovore

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