Percussion and distortion modules – talk and workshop in December
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departing from the right, normal, or usual course.
deviating from the ordinary, usual, or normal type;
We welcome the øpen-hardware team “000” for the presentation of their new aberrant analogue distortion and percussion modules, which are both stand-alone and Eurorack.
The Spanish/German team will present at the London Music Hackspace their new set of analogue percussive tools (talk/demo on Thurs 3rd Dec at 7pm), followed by a DIY workshop (on Friday 4th December and Saturday 5th Dec) where participants can build their own modular drum system.
Thursday 3rd December, 7 pm
An introduction to analogue percussive synthesis, concept and module design of an aberrant modular drum machine. The talk will also cover the ethos and philosophy of the open hardware team. Come ask questions and test the modules!
Friday 4th December from 11 am until 7pm
Saturday 5th December from 11 am until 7 pm
Both days are independent so participants can choose when to join the workshop.
This is DIY workshop about percussion and distortion lead by øpen-hardware team “000“. The team is presenting a new set of aberrant analogue distortion and percussion modules, which are both stand-alone and Eurorack.
Modules available are:
This is the first time this workshop is taking place and modules have a promotional discount price.
The workshop will cover both theory and practice about analogue circuit design, percussion and noise. No previous experience in electronics is needed but interest and patience is mandatory.
Only 11 places are available for this first edition of the workshop, so hurry-up and book your place!
In order to register please book the kit/s you would like to build during the workshop: http://musichackspace.org/events/percussion-and-distorsion-modules-workshop/
If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com
Prices includes all materials, pcb, front panel, knobs and custom light button, to be assembled during the 2 days workshop.
The team “000” will also bring some assembled modules and prototypes on our system, for testing and selling purposes.
This programme is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.