Category: DIY

A list of the ongoing projects I’ve been doing at home, including modifications and circuit bent goodies.

Electronet Challenge – Breakdown of rain sounds

There’s a group on Facebook that I’m involved with that has monthly/bi-monthly/whenever challenges.  This was the first time I’ve actually contributed to it.  This month’s challenge reads: Okay, dear Electronetae, I offer up the March/April challenge!! Our resident historian and story teller, Mark, recently told me about synth and sound pioneer Don Lewis, who was ‘so influenced by Wendy’s ‘Sonic… Read more →

Pirate Box

  This year I had purchased a Raspberry Pi with intent to do some creative things with it.  One of these things has been to create a Pirate Box.  The pirate box will transmit a local wifi signal, isolated from the actual Internet, which allows people to chat and share files with one another in a local setting. The idea… Read more →

Pro-One – Modified (Finally done)

The pro-one is finally updated! When I received this Pro-One it was in pretty beat up condition.  The keyboard was not functional and the case had no screws so nothing was secure and all the wires were pretty messed up. Back in September I had redone the power wires to make it playable for Noise Fest.  It was playable at… Read more →

Pro-One Brief Update

Early in 2013 a friend had given me a Pro-One synthesizer. She had moved out of town and the synth had stopped working for her. During my unemployment I was going to service it but kept putting off the project for fear of how much work I thought it needed. I also eventually got a new job and this project… Read more →