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03 Sep 2015  | Cabe Atwell

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Mini synthesiser circuit

Mini synthesiser circuit (Source:

This here is another mini synthesiser circuit but it has a different style of interface.

Each skull is a key of the synth. The pitch of the oscillators is controlled by the level of skin contact. In fact, one of the tips on using this little guy is to lick your fingertips before you start playing. It is designed and used by John Richards aka dirty electronics. Dirty electronics has an online store where devices like this mini skull synth can be purchased. I am seeing a trend here, the creativity that creates music so readily spills over into other efforts... like PCB design.

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