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insomniyack
Ok so I'm going to try out the shortwave radio thing and was looking on eBay and some of these old vintage radios look pretty cool with all the knobs and dials on them...reminds me of old analog synths!

I just picked up a Grundig 300 on the cheap ($12) and am going to try this shortwave thing out and see what I can do with it and then maybe pick up a more expensive unit if I like it!

What other devices out there make noise that can be tweaked in the studio? The sounds never end....
opsysbug
Hi ! New guy here.
Building first Euro pics soon but here is one for ya now !
Enjoy. (somebody can embed if you know how.)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTZFxBd1bf0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9j3RgmCsNo
bbow73
I ran into this guy on Gearslutz
He makes a CV radio, the Extra Modern Plus

http://paulsop.googlepages.com/home

I couldn't tell if this was real or not, but I contacted him to build me a eurorack radio.
MrTea
If you're into radio noise you should get yourself one of these:



I've had various ones, usually costing no more than a few quid.

Jack it into the headphone socket, tune the radio to the correct frequency and.....tadaa there you have an instant feedback loop via FM radio.

I friend and I had an old Pioneer radio, which we used to do this with, we'd clip it hard into a desk and play around with the bass, treble, loudness and frequency controls to achieve some very interesting results twisted
onrust nv
Try with an old tube radio to find those star pulses. The best results you get when its night. And a cloudless sky. we're not worthy
transfixer
well, i usually run the radio thru the jomox t-resonator.it's pretty cool though i would like an dedicated am/fm eurorack radio module.
razz
revmutt
Another option or as an addition, especially for sound clips is a police scanner.
bbow73
transfixer wrote:
well, i usually run the radio thru the jomox t-resonator.it's pretty cool though i would like an dedicated am/fm eurorack radio module.
razz


this is the closest thing I've seen, it's 'Frank's Ghost Box'
it has a CV tuner and is small enough for a euro



here's some tech stuff
http://www.ghost-tech.com/adobe/Franks_box_6-19.pdf
boramx
i'm yet another who has a grundig shortwave and i've used it for recordings.

also, just the other day i did a score for an friend's animation project where i shot a track of audio out of cubase into an FM transmitter and mic'd the speaker on the radio. my collaborator and i found lots of cool sounding "sweetspots" on the tuner giving great distortions of our original track.
transfixer
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this is the closest thing I've seen, it's 'Frank's Ghost Box

hey, that's very very cool!
i would like to have one of them.
SlayerBadger!
SquidInSquidInk
I need to dig out my Grundig again.

I used it for the sample and some other sounds on this droney piece:

http://www.squidinsquidink.com/media/101illusion/EarlyBlur.mp3
dude
this thread has inspired me. thank you!
dude
fuck me, just found an old solid state channel master. tyme sefari has a new freind!
sendhelp
yes... the grundig is quite nice.
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