Tune into your synth with Radio Music!
This event will take place on Sunday, September 15 2019 and will begin at 12:00 PM and run until 6PM or until everyone is done.
This is not a radio. It is a sample player that behaves like a radio.
A digital way to simulate the radio-powered compositions of John Cage and Karlheinz Stockhausen as well as Don Buchla's voltage-controlled radio experiments. It uses a Teensy 3.1/3.2 to play files from an SD card to simulate a voltage controlled AM/FM/Shortwave/Time Travel radio.
For $110 you will receive all the components required to build a Radio Music eurorack module, all tools, and guidance from experienced builders and manufacturers to ensure success. At the end of the workshop, you will take home your very own module!
This Radio Music Panel was designed by William Workman.
This is a through-hole build, comparable in difficulty to Quadtec-101. Large, easy to work with components, and a low parts-count BOM make this perfect for beginners.
This is the eighth workshop at CCTV, and we're confident that 6 people is the optimal number for workshops. With a small group, each attendee can get focused help from the organizers. If you don't make it into this round, we can re run this workshop in the future. If you're just interested in a kit to complete at home, please send us a message and we can adjust the stock.
If you don't have enough time to finish your build, you can come to the next workshop to finish up, or just drop into CCTV during regular business hours!
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