MATRIXSYNTH: Introducing the TTSH ARP 2600 Exercise Bike

Monday, January 20, 2020

Introducing the TTSH ARP 2600 Exercise Bike


The ultimate in DIY via Kenny:

"It's my new creation.

At last, I can work on fat sounds while getting in shape with my TTSH 2600 Exercise Bike.

It's quite robust with only a small to moderate certainty of toppling over.

If you wish to build your own, here is how:

- build a TTSH

- grab an exercise bike and mount flat table on its handles

- place TTSH on top"

4 comments:

  1. Have you seen Sam Battle's Synth Bike? It's 2.0 or 3.0 by now. lookmumnocomputer.com Also on U2b.

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  2. You can work on a certain Kraftwerk song :-)

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  3. If you really want exercise, hook a generator to the bicycle mechanism and power your synthesizer Gilligan style. If you don't pump, you don't play. Lose pounds and gain sounds. Ha. I should copyright that.

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  4. awesome project!! thanks for sharing it. is the roomba there for scooping up all the pounds you'll be shedding in the process?

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