Exenterator


So this week I finished the first edition of something I’ve been messing around with for the past few weeks: the Exenterator. It’s an oscillator that can be gated by an incoming audio signal. Click here to read more »

Brainwave Disruptor

I made a brainwave entrainment device. Details on the Ponoko blog.

Low-pass dirt filter


This week I boxed up the filter I’ve been working on in this custom made case (thanks Ponoko). I’m really happy with it, it sounds good and now it looks good too. Sound samples to come – it sounds great with guitar as well as your typical synthy application.

Here’s the finalised schematic, layout, and gutshots.

Update: I’ve just sold this one so get in touch if you’d like me to build you another.

Update: I’ve used this project as an example for a tutorial I wrote on the Ponoko forum

Sinister Tone Generator

Rich Decibels Sinister Tone Generator

Here’s something I made for the Concerned Citizens exhibition opening this weekend in Wellington. It’s a bass drone synth with two pairs of heterodyning oscillators. Click here to read more »

Miniamp

I introduced my version of the common LM386 guitar amp today over at the Ponoko blog. Here’s some more details for those interested in duplicating my work. Click here to read more »

The Joybox


Here’s a little thing I made for Emma from experience.
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Kequencer 2.0

The original Kequencer got way more attention than I expected, so I’ve built another one and done a more comprehensive build report to make it easier for people to replicate. Click here to read more »

Kequencer

I had an idea the other day and I couldn’t decide if it was good or not so I just built it to find out.

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Synthbot Schematics

The circuits in the synthbots are pretty straight forward. Send me an email if you’d like to learn how to build your own – it’s cheap and choice!
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Lunetta: lo-fi noise synth

If you were at the exhibition opening you would’ve heard this noise machine I built. Click here to read more »