Ciat-Lonbarde DIY building event at Noisebridge hackerspace in San Francisco

In SF? Build some synths with good people at a great place with a cool vibe. You should purchase the kit through a special link.

https://www.facebook.com/events/185533208740915/?ti=cl

https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Synth_Building_Workshop_with_Peter_Blasser_of_Ciat_Lonbarde#About_Peter_Blasser

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I signed up! Although the date of this event seems to coincide with Noisebridge’s lease expiring so hopefully it won’t interfere…

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Thank you for posting this here. Asking after a spot to build the Mobenthey set.

very cool! i’m totally there. won’t be building anything but will be soaking up anything i can.

A little bump to remind every one about this event. It’s coming up! August 18th. I’ll be building the Mobenthey modules. Here’s the link again…

https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Synth_Building_Workshop_with_Peter_Blasser_of_Ciat_Lonbarde

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would so much love to go. I hope Peter can do this in Europe sometimes soon.

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Hope to meet some Lines folks this Saturday!

Good to meet you all!

I made a thing!

And I recorded a thing after the workshop!

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absolutely love this
is this just the lfm modules?

This sounds great! Hope you record some more!

thanks! It’s a bunch of things.

  • The Dunst module is doing random CV outputs
  • The Fourses module is the thing that sounds like a short wave radio trying to find a signal, I think that output is going into the Aleph
  • Four outputs from Dunst are going to the CV inputs of the Aleph (not pictured) and they control the read position, write position, read speed and write speed of a virtual tape delay module.
  • There’s a Ukelele with a piezo going into the Aleph. Listen with good speakers/headphones for deep 60 cycle hum bass :slight_smile:
  • The “usual” synth sounds are a DX7 rack mount synth I’m playing with my hands
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Heya, anyone here that attended the workshop, there were three of us building the Mobenthy modules and it appears I’m short one Swoop module. Was it picked up by accident?

I only have my 8 modules. That’s a bummer :frowning:

I saw a person or two post about the workshop on the “Ciat-Lonbarde cool kids” FB page if you want to try there as well.