For our third foray into electronics at Rhizome, we'll be building an Eyecillator, which is a small synthesizer/noise maker designed to be played using light and shadow as it's primary interface. Based on my most-popular production design, this rendition of the Eyecillator now sports a duophonic output for enhanced timbres, chirping choirs and other extended bouts of wackiness.
Designed for a wide audience, this class is equally suited for experienced makers, as well as those new to instrument building and sound creation. No previous electronics experience is needed and all materials will be provided.All materials are included in the workshop cost. In
addition to learning DIY electronics skills, you will leave with your own hand-built opto-synth.