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When Wilgubeast told me about the supremely annoying Meowsic Keyboard that played cat meows instead of tones, I knew I had to have one. Two days befor...
Go get stuff: - Meowsic Keyboard - 100K potentiometer - 100K resistor - 10uF capacitor - SPDT toggle switch - 1/4" mono jack - A knob - shrink tube (...
Open up the Meowsic Keyboard and make sure not to lose any of the (many many) screws.
Drill a 3/8" hole in the top of the cat's head for the 1/4" jack. Drill another 9/32" hole about an inch to the side of the first hole for the potent...
To make the circuit, you will have to cut in half the wire that is connected to the + terminal on the speaker. The half connected to the circuit board...
Glue any loose components in place with hot glue and cover up any exposed electrical connections that may shift about with electrical tape.
Refasten all of the screws that you loosened earlier.
Finish it up by affixing a knob to your potentiometer.
Take your keyboard, gather your bandmates, go forth, and make a terrible racket at underground rock shows. Pictured is the band AIDS Walk (trying to ...
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