Where Anlogue Ends

Where Anlogue Ends

I play the guitar and, being interested in electronics, have always created my own effects pedals . I started like most “tinkerers” making simple boost, overdrive and distortion pedals, before moving on to phasers, tremolo and other, more complex effects,...
Oscilloscope Music

Oscilloscope Music

Recently, the Telequipment D66a vintage analogue Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) Oscilloscope has been pressed into service using X-Y mode to curve trace transistors, diodes, capacitors, etc. The patterns this creates on the screen are named Lissajous or Bowditch curves, named...
Manhattan – Binaural Recordings

Manhattan – Binaural Recordings

The following edited binaural recordings were made on Sunday December 9th and Monday December 10th 2018 in Manhattan, NYC. Included are the soundscapes of Tribeca (N Moore St., around Hook & Ladder 8 for any Ghostbusters fans out there), Midtown, Central Park West...
Circuit Bending – Part 2

Circuit Bending – Part 2

Continuing modifications on the Casio SA-8. During my initial repair and subsequent experiments (see Circuit Bending – Part 1), it was discovered that under-clocking the chip created some interesting sounds. Research was done into ways of implementing a...
Circuit Bending – Part 1

Circuit Bending – Part 1

On the bench today is the Casio SA-8, picked this up in a charity shop 7 or 8 years ago and used in some musical jams throughout the year, mainly for novelty affect. This week it was rediscovered in a box full of percussion but on launching it, there was a fault. Some...

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