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jonah
I came across this site the other day. Some interesting looking projects.

http://www.milton.arachsys.com/nj71/index.php?menu=2&submenu=6

Also, modules:

http://www.milton.arachsys.com/nj71/index.php?menu=2&submenu=0
Memory_Leak
@ craque

Cheers for the tips on those books....grab them all from eBay...over the last month 8_)
Looking for a copy of VCO Chip Cookbook by Thomas Henry any ideas ?
stevelew
This is great stuff, folks, keep it coming!
thispoison
Thanks for this - impossible to find this stuff out there in webland.

Needle in a haystack scenario.

zombie
billowing
Memory_Leak wrote:
@ craque

Cheers for the tips on those books....grab them all from eBay...over the last month 8_)
Looking for a copy of VCO Chip Cookbook by Thomas Henry any ideas ?


I see it's been a few months since you posted this, but if you are still looking I suggest buying the pdfs on Magic Smoke Electronics. While you're at it, get the Electronic Drum Cookbook! Circuits in both of these books are easy enough to make and experiment with a solderless breadboard, even if you are just beginning.
Also, Horowitz and Hill's "The Art of Electronics" is a great read and resource. The third edition of the book "might be coming out in late 2013".. happy soldering!
darkarena
Bernie Hutchins' Electronotes remains the most indispensable resource for synth diyers everwhere. just buy everything he sells, build it all and become the next synth diy overlord.
DomMorley
eighthday42 wrote:
Just found a really good source for soldering techniques. A bunch of short professional how to videos. Link below.

http://www.solder.net/technical/tips.asp


FYI that link has moved: http://www.solder.net/technical-info/soldering-tip-videos
decaying.sine
darkarena wrote:
Bernie Hutchins' Electronotes remains the most indispensable resource for synth diyers everwhere. just buy everything he sells, build it all and become the next synth diy overlord.


File as one of the truest first posts ever!
doefat04
Thanks
wotwot
getting started was fun with http://www.fluxmonkey.com/electronoize/ and http://milkcrate.com.au/_other/sea-moss/

i found the opamp section of http://www.play-hookey.com/analog/ very useful for beginners, and http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electronic/etroncon.html#c1 too.
JT
Thanks for the good sites! Now I am encouraged to solder razz
seanpark
Analog Devices has some really amazing stuff freely available on their website. You can also buy expensive paper copies if you'd like.

http://www.analog.com/library/analogdialogue/technical_books.html
ear ear
Lots of useful soldering info in this thread.
electrony
Very handy, thank you!
Lutin
So I was looking at the schematic for various clones of the Buchla 292 LPG, and I could not wrap my head around what it actually does. After a google search I found this paper on creating a digital model of it, and they included a very illuminating analysis. Graphs and everything smile

http://dafx13.nuim.ie/papers/44.dafx2013_submission_56.pdf
gelder
The EMS videos in the link from the OP have been broken for some time but they have recently been uploaded to youtube...

EMS 2006 - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXnFQqfHz_iEV6EkjumBGEv6O-NMyKy Vk&feature=mh_lolz

EMS 2008 - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXnFQqfHz_iHvvUlt5jV162WUmvnzpo La&feature=mh_lolz

EMS 2010 - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXnFQqfHz_iFcdOTqI-6_FpOf73LWGN nt

EMS 2011 - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXnFQqfHz_iHHFepUHj2r-tWKyfouxX 3H

TEXTBOOK - http://musicthing.co.uk/modular/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Musical-App lications-of-Microprocessors-2ed-Chamberlin-H-1987.pdf

Many thanks to the people in this thread that made it happen > https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=106106&postdays=0&po storder=asc&start=0
Moog$FooL$
uhh-uummm..... am i just noticing this thread for the first time? hmmm.....

very frustrating very frustrating very frustrating angry
tapehead
Thanks for all the links!
LUNGS YA MUM
Good job on the EMS links.
dielater
Seconded. This is an awesome thread.
JensenR30
I'm sure many are aware of Ray Wilson, but I would like to bring up his book, Make: Analog Synthesizers.
http://www.amazon.com/Make-Analog-Synthesizers-Ray-Wilson/dp/144934522 0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1367955744&sr=8-1&keywords=make+analog+synthe sizers

This book helped me get a basic grasp of what analog synthesizers are.
A lot of his circuits make some pretty nice sounds/filtering, and they aren't too complex.
I think this book is pretty good for beginners.

Also, of course, his website, Music From Outer Space is awesome
http://musicfromouterspace.com/
Cata
gelder wrote:
The EMS videos in the link from the OP have been broken for some time but they have recently been uploaded to youtube...

EMS 2006 - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXnFQqfHz_iEV6EkjumBGEv6O-NMyKy Vk&feature=mh_lolz

EMS 2008 - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXnFQqfHz_iHvvUlt5jV162WUmvnzpo La&feature=mh_lolz

EMS 2010 - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXnFQqfHz_iFcdOTqI-6_FpOf73LWGN nt

EMS 2011 - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXnFQqfHz_iHHFepUHj2r-tWKyfouxX 3H

TEXTBOOK - http://musicthing.co.uk/modular/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Musical-App lications-of-Microprocessors-2ed-Chamberlin-H-1987.pdf

Many thanks to the people in this thread that made it happen > https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=106106&postdays=0&po storder=asc&start=0

Oh man, this is fantastic! I've been looking for these for a year now!
isopropylalcohol
hello guys,

first post smile

I read these following websites:

http://www.tauntek.com/DIYMinimoog.htm
https://sites.google.com/site/minimoogwiki/

some weeks ago and it has been all I have been thinking about since.

thanks for the great resources in this thread, going to spend a lot of time reading and learning now I reckon

M
captjrab
I'm learning DIY circuits and stumbled upon a really great iOS app called the Keysight Electronics Handbook.
Its packedwith useful info, logorithms, glossary and more. And its free.
lvn
Is understanding calculus vital to building your own circuits?
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