The flange can be used to process other signals such as guitar via the flange input.
It is powered by two 9v batteries. One powers the console, and the other powers the flange.
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(This is my first instructable)
The first audio sample is me playing it through a simple sequencer. The second is pure Flunk.
Step 1: What You Need.
500K lin (2x)
LED (i used a flashing multicolored LED)
9v Battery clip
You will also need a flange pedal. I used a FAB flange pedal, they are only $15.
Step 2: Tools
Wire strippers (optional)
Step 3: The Voice
Step 4: Add Flange
Now desolder the led from the board and remove the LED. now add wire were the LED once was on the board.This is so it can be fixed to the enclosure we will be putting it in. I replaced this led with a RGB color changing one(shown below). Then used the Blue-violet one as the Osc On/Off indicator. . now do the same process with the on/off switch, but replace the switch with on of your choosing (i used a spst)
Step 5: Enclusure
One thing to keep in mind, you will have to drill holes in this to add your knobs, switches, and LEDs. so try to find easy material to do so. (mine is made of plastic)
Here is how I drilled the holes for my enclosure. I wanted it to look professional. also keep in mind playability when deciding on where to drill holes.