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I still get lots of email about beavis board availability. I guess it would be good to explain why it was discontinued and why it won’t be coming back. The simple answer is: economics. Beavis Audio Research Beavis Audio Research
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PAiA Corporation - Analog Synths, Theremins, Preamps, and More PAiA Corporation - Analog Synths, Theremins, Preamps, and More Our new crop of 9700 modules is utterly true to the original design goal: basic modules at an extremely affordable price that are, by far, the easiest-to-build kits we have ever produced. Even sweeter is that their performance rivals modules available from any manufacturer at any price. Read more on the new 9700 series modules!. Since its introduction during the 1920's, the instrument which bears Leon Theremin's name has been evocative in image and tone. Theremax captures this age-of-technology spirit in an instrument based on the same heterodyne principles as the original but with embellishments made possible by the economy of integrated circuits and solid state electronics.
Music Thing Over the last couple of years, I’ve spent a few evenings building DIY guitar effects. It's fun to build things that you can use. If you want to get started, one of the hardest things is buying components. Try to buy a 10Ω resistor from Farnell, and you’re faced with a choice of 345 items. So, starting out buying a kit is a good idea. At least you’ll know the parts are right, even if when your soldering isn’t.

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Officially Licensed Circuits - Quality Kits For The DIYer Officially Licensed Circuits - Quality Kits For The DIYer Through partnerships with some of the more knowledgeable people in effects design, OLC offers the following kits from Runoffgroove and others. New kits are always being added. Questions and suggestions are always welcome! Kits include 3PDT stomp switch, MXR™-style aluminum enclosure (4.7" x 3.7" x 1.18"), jacks, battery snap, DC jack, potentiometers, knobs, and all ICs (including sockets), trimpots, resistors, capacitors, 24-gauge stranded wire, and diodes...
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Onlineshop der UK-electronic : Welcome in the shop of the UK-electronic. We look forward to your visit and wish You a lot of fun in our shop. We hold a variety of electronic components (active, passive, mechanical), as well as special Components for the construction of effects pedals for you. For certain selected projects there are also complete DIY kits which only need knobs and a enclosure. This section is constantly expanding. Onlineshop der UK-electronic :
Atari Punk Console | Analog Sequencer kits | Step Sequencers Atari Punk Console | Analog Sequencer kits | Step Sequencers The Synthrotek Nandamonium is a monster dual drone with integrated delay created using two Synthrotek 4093 NAND Synths w/ SAG CV mod and a Synthrotek PT2399 Dev Delay w/ feedback mod. Today we’ll be taking a look at the internal wiring and providing a breakdown for the DIYers looking to build their own: The Nandamonium is essentially created by chaining the outputs of both NANDs into the delay and wiring all three circuits to a common DC jack.
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