DIY Synthesizer Workshop
During the Circuits 2023 programme, the event consisted of a presentation and a hands-on building workshop.
Part 1: Euro-Rack Modules Made in Malta
During December of 2022, Circuits guest and YouTube celebrity Hainbach had featured one of Maltese builder Marlon Fenech’s modules in a short video – such video had stirred up a lot of curiosity and interest from all around the world.
During this presentation, we invited Marlon to present his Electronified euro-rack modules and devices. Marlon’s range of interesting mechanical based devices are considered as unique in the Eurorack module world.
Part 2: Build your First-ever Oscillator!
In part 2 of this event, the audience are given the opportunity to build a simple voltage controlled oscillator. Mike Desira presented the ‘Storbju Squeaky’ which consists of a simple oscillator kit which one can build on a small breadboard. All this without the need of any soldering iron. During this presentation, Mike provides very simple instructions guiding the audience to build ‘Squeaky’ step by step. Each circuit comes complete with all components including a small speaker; all one needs is a 9V battery to power it up.
This workshop is ideal to inspire budding builders to see what it takes to build an oscillator, which is the heart of any analogue synthesizer.
Electronic Music Malta is Supported by the Arts Council Malta.
This event is part of the Circuits 2023 and Spazju Kreattiv programmes.
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