UM3561 github / hackaday
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A limited edition of these DIY EMI (electronic musical instruments) will be made available through Toneburst in the near future.
The instrument ideas were informed by Rob Hordijk‘s concept; ‘bent-by-design‘.
They are physical remixes of the datasheet serving suggestions.
The original schematic was quoted and transformed through playful iteration.
These versions may not be the last.
The edition of copies is limited.
Recordings of various DIY EMI played live in a generative and reactive patch.
A companion block plays as rhythm machine.
The video (individual piece HERE) was made from recordings made by participants in the Squeal & Scrape workshop at Ten Acres of Sound festival.
Live feed of the online screening event: HERE.
Instructions to build a DIY electronic musical instrument.
Compositions using the instruments made following this tutorial can be heard on the toneburst release, ‘Boxes & Blocks”.
Bass recorder edited for multiple playback streams.
Each track has a relationship of playback speed with the others,
the divisions are in thirds.
1.666 / 1.333 / 1 / .666 / .333
Modular synthesizer improvisations + reactive/generative audiovisual software arrangement/animation.
Two circuit bent zoom effects devices with modular patching / cross modulation,
6 channel AV edited, arranged, animated in Avenue.