HANDMADE ELECTRONIC NOISE
Saturday, February 26, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST)
Brooklyn, United States
Make electronic bleeps and bloops, subtle drones, or screaming noise
with a few dollars worth of electronic parts. This class is based on
the book "Handmade Electronic Music" by Nic Collins
<http://www.nicolascollins.com/handmade.htm> (highly recommended, but
not required for the class). You'll learn to create digital tones
with a single chip, make intervals and chords through pure electronic
math, and more.
This class uses light hand tools and optional soldering (no previous
experience necessary). Bring a solderless prototyping breadboard if
you have one; if not, they can be purchased at NYC Resistor for under
$10. All other materials are included.
$75 + $10 materials
This class is taught by NYC Resistor member Ranjit Bhatnagar as part
of his Noisy Noises project, in which he spends every February making
a new primitive musical instrument each day.
All NYC Resistor classes are for people 18-years and up. Sorry, minors.