UM3561 github / hackaday
UM66 github / hackaday
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 files to make DIY electronic musical instruments and noise tools I designed have been updated.
The latest TONEBURST release is now available.
Electronic instruments whispering together.
Ebb and flow of timbre.
No-nonsense sound play.
Recorded in Kolobrzeg, Poland 2020.
Mastering – Maciek Jaciuk
Insert Graphics – Piotr Grygor
releases November 6, 2020
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.
The Squeal & Scrape workshop is being hosted virtually at the Ten Acres of Sound festival, Stirchley.
My collection of project files and guides to build more DIY electronic musical instruments that I designed over my research/practice are now available on GITHUB and HACKADAY.
Nano Perc v1 (percussive sounds from an arduino nano)
D&D Teensy (pocket sized Drone & Drama from a Teensy 3.2 / 4.0)
Squeal & Scrape (9v amp & contact microphone for workshops)