I had to make some notes for an upcoming assessment at college and I thought this is a good idea to make a useful post out of it. This information can be collided separately from other places (see references), but this short compendium might be useful for the unanointed or for anyone else whom might … Continue reading Analogue to Digital Conversion Process – jargon buster
I would love to be knowledgeable and skilled enough to be able to design sound synthesizers and audio gear from scratch. Well, I am not yet clever that much, but this does not diminish my enthusiasm for DIY electronics and sound creations! Luckily there is an abundance of very creative and skilled people out there, … Continue reading Music From Outer Space – I have instantly improved the quality of my life by building the Alien Screamer and the Weird Sound Generator
This is a list of commonly used microphones in a studio environment and their brief description. I am studying audio and this might be useful for some with similar interest. If you know your beans and spot an error, please leave comment SE 2200 II SE-2A AKG C1000 AKG C451 BAKG C414 XLS Cascade Fat … Continue reading A selection of microphones Vol I.
The sequencer is an (mostly) electronic device which triggers sounds in steps in a continuously repeating sequence. The origin of such a machine is dating back several hundreds of years, since music machines were constructed. The one which resembles most to the modern computer based sequencing softwares are the barrel organs which were using long … Continue reading Basic 8 step sequencer – upgrade your Atari Punk Console
And so than, I was hooked. My interest in electronics sparked (bad pun) again a couple years ago, when I bought an Arduino microcontroller out of interest, than I was introduced to 3d printers by a friend, than I have started to mess around with ICs and bought a 1000 books on the subject. All … Continue reading Atari Punk console – the entry to Sound Synthesizers