Im going! We´r gonna make a sweet game, and your gonna play it!
At the last Game Jam in Karlshamn me and the boys managed to put THIS visual and audible masterpice together! Using SION as our only soundsource for the game. SION is a virtual synthesizer for Flash. And thats pretty cool!
Tags: game jam, nordic game jam, sion
My friend Sebastian is building this cute little low voltage tube amp. This is a picture of the whole circuit, its silly small! I hope there will be more pictures from this project as it progresses! Iv read him speak about (we communicate through text) buying real tweed for the box he´s gonna put it in. So im really exited to follow this one! Hopefully there will be sound clips from it!
If you are interested in the circuit you can find it here: Here!
Tags: amp, low power, raskal, tube
My friend Robert decided that clear sight was bad for jamming. So he bought two smokemachines and put them in his 25 square-meter rehersal room. The plan is to build two big asses and let the smoke come out of the… you know… of each ass. And as if that isnt i enough i know that they got a full light-rig there, and a mirror wall. Id love to jam out with these guys! Iv heard that they are looking for a bassplayer.
they have a myspace: http://www.myspace.com/manthraah
Tags: /manthraah, kalmar, metal, robert, smoke machine
I wish i was happy enough to find this in a flea market! =)
OMG! Check this one out! It scramples the signal is a very pleasant way! =)
It seems like this blog is about us just writing stuf about our favorite tech/diy/synth-porn sites. And i guess thats as good a start as any for a blog. This next one is one of my circuit bending heroes, Pete Edwards. Iv been drooling over the stuf he has built for the last couple of years.
Check out his site:
Isnt he charming:
Tags: casio, casper electronics, circuit bent, sk1
About a week ago I found this little gem, the Sonogram SG-1.
It’s a real-time scrolling sonogram, and it’s awesome.
Six different color palettes for easy viewing in different dynamic ranges.
Adjustable snapshot speed and freeze.
Zooming in on different frequency ranges.