In this hands-on workshop, Naomi Mitchell will teach attendees the basics of CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) logic chips and show them how to prototype audio circuits and build their own basic synthesizer blocks.
Prototyping circuitry is a first step to building your own synthesizer modules or other electronic devices. Utilizing CMOS logic chips is a fun, accessible and cheap way of getting started, and opens vast possibilities for applying DIY electronics to your music making in a wide variety of applications.
Some basic knowledge of soldering and electronics is suggested but not entirely necessary. Please bring your own pair of headphones.
Please note that this workshop requires payment of an additional $15 material fee. Registrants will be contacted directly for online pre-payment.
Workshops are for small groups and require pre-registration. Workshops are only accessible if you have a ticket which includes access to the Workshops and Studio Sessions program – for information, check the FAQ. Registration will open on October 16.