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Saturday, May 20 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Musical Pencil Synth Make-and-Take FULL

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This workshop will reveal the electric DNA of the modular synth genome. Learn to breadboard a square wave oscillator from a single integrated circuit and then play your instrument by waving your hand over an electronic eye, or by drawing the sound with a musical pencil. Each attendee will walk out the door with a new synth in a brown paper bag. No prior electronics experience required.

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Hacking Systems

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Elliot Inman

Elliot Inman has led workshops in electronics and creative coding at NC State and UNC on topics ranging from basic electronics and Arduino programming to Fast Fourier Analysis and the Internet of Things. He developed and led the Musical Circuits series as Maker-in-Residence at UN... Read More →



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