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Live Eurorack DIY build workshop: Make a CONTROL module with Tom Whitwell of Music Thing Modular – LIVE Session

Sign up here: CMusic Thing Modular – ‘Control’ Online Workshop with Tom Whitwell – Thonk – DIY Synthesizer Kits & Components Date & Time: Saturday 27th March 7pm GMT / 8pm CET / 12 midday PST / 3pm EST Level: Beginner – Intermediate (basic soldering experience required) Eurorack modular synthesizers can be expensive and bewildering. This workshop will help you develop confidence to build DIY modules yourself, unlocking a... Read More

Build an interactive textile instrument

This practice-led course will show you how to make an electronic textile interface for music performance. We will learn a DIY technique to craft with e-textile materials and then explore how to make music with the handcrafted interface in a number of ways. Each session will follow on from the last, developing your knowledge through a series of hands-on projects, delivered in four online workshops.  Level: beginner with notions of DIY electronics... Read More

Build an interactive textile instrument

This practice-led course will show you how to make an electronic textile interface for music performance. We will learn a DIY technique to craft with e-textile materials and then explore how to make music with the handcrafted interface in a number of ways. Each session will follow on from the last, developing your knowledge through a series of hands-on projects, delivered in four online workshops.  Level: beginner with notions of DIY electronics... Read More

London Music Hackspace at Elephant&Castle Mini Maker Faire 6.7.2013

We are very happy to be part of Elephant&Castle Mini Maker Faire at London College of Communication. Please join us on Saturday the 6th of July at our booth where we will be presenting projects built by Music Hackspace members. We will be also talking about what we do and how to get involved. Visitors will have an opportunity to play hacked instruments, DIY contact microphones and even a drum robot. and much much more. We will have LMH t-shirts... Read More

The Plague Comes to Town

On the weekend we hosted the first Music Hackspace workshop. Martin Howse, visiting from Berlin, instructed a dozen eager hackers in the construction of their very own micro_blackdeath noisemaker. The small pitch surface mount soldering involved didn’t prevent it to be a success all around – and everyone left with a working device! Big thanks to Martin Howse and to Susanna for organising.  Read More