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Showing posts with label Wireless World. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wireless World. Show all posts

Monday, May 22, 2023

Putting pins in the patch matrix of the RIGGYSYNTHI


video upload by THIS MUSEUM IS (NOT) OBSOLETE

"Time to get more sounds out of the RiggySynthi
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Tuesday, May 16, 2023

Frankenstein 70's DIY Synth Made From Various Electronic Magazine Articles - The RiggySynthi


video upload by LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

"THE RIGGYSYNTHI made by peter! Let peter know what you think in the comments!"

Sunday, May 07, 2023

The TITAN Synth Built From A Magazine Subscription In 1973 - Wireless World


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"The WIRELESS WORLD Electronic Sound Synthesizer Built By John if you'd like to see more videos on this project/livestreams and more
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You might recognize the TITAN from this previous post: VINTAGE ANALOGUE SYNTHESIZER....Wireless World 1973

Thursday, November 11, 2021

VINTAGE ANALOGUE SYNTHESIZER....Wireless World 1973


video upload by Outdoorsman

"This is an early analogue synth that I built from a series of articles in Wireless World magazine. I obviously spent a LOT of time making it....let's see if it still works..... (update coming soon!) Here's a link to the original articles....http://www.keith-snook.info/wireless-..." (PDF link - pics below if you want to skip)

Note the article appears to be by Tim Orr of Powertran, and a D. W. Thomas. Anyone know who that is? The design reminds me of a Maplin.



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