Squaresynth DIY electronics workshop as part of Lifepatch’s participation in Electrowork 5.0, Surabaya. Full documentation in Lifepatch website [[>>link<<]].
Squaresynth is a module of a costumized simple synthesizer based on quad oscillator on my earlier post here. It uses the same chip, 4093 and modified it as a touch/moist sensor. I developed Squaresynth for workshop purpose, to invite the participants learning the basic electronics through introductions of electronics logis such as oscillator, introduction in reading schematics, and also introduction on electronic components. The demo showed how it sound above. Documentation, schematic, PCB design bellow.
Solder Synth Sense Sore Sore Sip (#SSSSSS) is the start of pre-phase for HackteriaLab 2014 – Yogyakarta. We invite the workshop participants to an introduction of DIY electronics by making Synth Sense, a simple electronic circuit that was designed for Lifepatch’s Moist Sense Installation.
Next day after the performance I did at I’m Yours Cafe, I gave a workshop to make simple pocket-size DIY synthesizer. This is my first own module which I created for lifepatch and I called it square[noise~]. The module are using CD4093 quad nand gate which produce a square wave sound signals.
This month, lifepatch organized a DIY noisemaker workshop. We called it Atari Punk Console – Tiger 0.1 Workshop since we will teach how to build a modified circuit called Atari Punk Console (APC). APC itself is a modification from a circuit called Stepped Tone Generator. It uses a single 556 dual timer IC and named named “Atari Punk Console” (APC) by Kaustic Machines crew because its “low-fi” sounds resemble classic Atari console games from the 1980s, with a square wave output similar to the Atari 2600.
Retroalimentation project was started from mi hermano Luis Hernandes Galvan, told me that there’s a possibility for 4 of us to present Digital Art from South East Asia. The invitation came from Faculty de Artes of Universidad Autonoma Estadio de Mexico (UAEM) – Faculty of Art UAEM in Toluca, Mexico. So, the project started with Luis, Anne-Marie Schleiner , Debbie Ding and me to give a series of workshops and exhibition in Toluca, Mexico.
During lifepatch participation in geekfest 2012, manticore and I gave a pure data workshop session on the 2nd day of the festival. The workshop was primarily focus on the use of sound samples to create a beat pattern in an 16 step sequencer patch. We used several animals sounds for the workshop thus we called it “pure data Animal Rampage workshop”.
In March 2011, Teresa Almeida, a friend of mine who was teaching in Lasalle Singapore, kindly invited me to bring some friends to give workshop sessions for her students. So I set up some plans to give two session of workshops for her students at Lasalle. First session was an audio streaming workshop that was given by DeadMediaFM and I. The session was a workshop of how to create your own internet radio using free and open source software. We also introduce several services on the internet that could be used free of charge.
During an event called Tropis//Subsonics, we organized a joint workshop together with Robin Fox. He is an artist and musician working with interactive audiovisual using synchronized laser with his music. The workshop session was divided in to 2 session where the first session was started with Robin showing how he able to synchronized a laser projection with his music using Max/MSP. After showing some examples, Robin continued with giving a workshop on creating sound oscillators using Max/MSP.
Wednesday 3 March 2010
VJ-Workshop start 16.00 @ Lab. Audio Visual Despro Institute of Technology Sepuluh November Surabaya
Free T-Shirt Printing -2- Free Software Programming
During breakcore_LABS 0.7.2 – cok2cok, we gave a workshop at Audio Visual Product Design (Despro) Institute of Technology Sepuluh November (ITS) Lab. The workshop was given by Julian Abraham (Togar) and me. The workshop session was held for Pure Data (Pd) software programming for Visual to the students of Visual Despro ITS.