Carol Of The Bells - Featuring 4 DIY Sequencers

Published on Dec 17, 2017 Synthesizer Keith

"Carol Of The Bells, featuring 4 sequencers that I built.

The sequencers, in order of appearance, are:

8-Step With Built-in 555 VCO
8/16/24 Step in 5U Format
Cardboard Sequencer

Other equipment used in the recording:
Moog Source
Arp Odyssey
Roland Juno-106

Moog 1125 Sample & Hold - home brew DIY...

Published on Dec 16, 2017 noddyspuncture

"So, here's the first video of my 1125 sample & hold module... I got it working today. Only using one channel of CV here, just the pitch for now. It's all working apart from the noise generator - the noise chip was getting warm so I removed it while I was debugging a few faults I had. One IC I used - the 3080 - was faulty and would you believe, a

AniModule Solderside Chat : STD build

Published on Dec 16, 2017 JRock17991

"Check out our modules at :
Hanging out and building an AniModule STD.
If you're wondering how the magic happens, or just enjoy my wry eloquence, check it out."

DIY Analog Drummachine, the DS7 x 4 Clone

Published on Dec 16, 2017 Andreas Remshagen

"Playing with four DS-7 Clones, all together in one Drumsequencer.
The cirquit can be found in the net eg.
The four Clones are played over a 16 Step Sequencer.
Since the ds7 clone can usually be controlled by a piezo, it needs a very short pulse"

Voltage Controlled Delay - Matrix II Homemade Analog Synthesizer

Published on Dec 12, 2017 Sbranvlztronics

"Voltage Controlled Delay - Matrix II Homemade Analog Synthesizer
A voltage controlled delay with 2 PT2399 integrated circuit."

::vtol:: driver

::vtol:: driver from ::vtol:: on Vimeo.

- arduino
- pure data

"Kinetic sound object. The mechanism is a system consisting of two sound circuits and auxiliary mechanical and electronic elements. The first sound circuit is a speaker emitting square wave. This speaker forces copper balls, served one at a time or several at a time through a dispenser, to bounce

Adding SH-101 Sub-Osc to Doepfer DIY Synth and Moog Mother-32

Published on Dec 11, 2017 Yo!


::vtol:: until I die

::vtol:: until I die from ::vtol:: on Vimeo.

"This installation operates on unique batteries that generate electricity using my blood. The electric current produced by the batteries powers a small electronic algorithmic synth module. This module creates generative sound composition that plays via a small speaker. The blood used in the installation was stored up gradually over 18 months. The

Virgin Run With the New AniModule DIY Microwave Oven Transformer Arc Welder

Published on Dec 8, 2017 JRock17991

"Check Out my Modules at :
My First weld! The virgin run With the brand new AniModule Microwave Oven Transformer Arc Welder! Take a looksee :) (I eventually get it). I mentioned it in the solderside chat, just want to show how it turned out."

AniModule JibberJabber : TikTok Assembly : Solderside chat

Published on Dec 7, 2017 JRock17991

"Check out me modules :
Just a little jibberjabber session about this and that while I solder a TikTok together"

Treat Yourself :)