Finished Pieces

Megaphone Bending




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    3 Responses to “Megaphone Bending”

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      * Casper Electronics » Archive » Updates said:
      March 9th, 2009 at 5:16pm #

      […] to the finished pieces page and a bunch of schematics. There’s a new megaphones page with schematics. New mega Barbie bending schematic. Some Casio SK1 operation theory brought to you by Oceanus. A […]

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      david simons said:
      January 3rd, 2010 at 6:24pm #

      Hi.Am i right in thinking that you have used modular sk1’s etc with actual modular systems?Are the connections compatible or is it likely to fry somrthing?Thanks.Dave.

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      casper said:
      February 18th, 2010 at 1:24am #

      @DavidSimons: The signals aren’t especially compatible. I usually use 1 or 2 degrees of separation between my gear. I have a few types of translator circuits that allow my gear to talk. Nothing high tech. In some cases I just use a transistor. A pulse from my modular synth applied to the “gate” leg of a transistor will allow current to flow across the “collector” and “emitter” legs. Relays can be really useful too. Like in my relay step sequencer
      http://casperelectronics.com/finished-pieces/sequencers/step-sequencer/

      I also use an envelope follower module which translates incoming audio signals into modular standard voltages.

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