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Make a cute + expressive 1-bit noise synthesizer with a logic gate and a few other spare parts.Watch a demo video to get a better idea of what ...
Here are things you'll to do it exactly the same way I did. Some things, like capacitor size, will vary. Other things could be totally different (you might ...
The interface to this device consists of four force sensing resistors. They can be anywhere from about 2x2 cm to 4x4 cm. If they're bigger, just make sure ...
NAND gates have two inputs and one output, and the 4093 has four NAND gates on it. Here's how they're connected. When both inputs are high, the output ...
There are two main approaches to making this synth.Figure out what you want in advance, and draw up a circuit that works like that.Make some sound, and start ...
Now that everything works on the breadboard, we're going to move it over to the chip.Start with the power connector. Leave maybe ten centimeters of wire, just in ...
Plug it in! Grab a 9 V battery (if you haven't already been using one), some headphones, and test it out. It should be outputting a 0-9 V ...
VariationsTry using something that isn't a NAND, but still has a truth table that allows you to make oscillators (for example, XOR, NOR or NOT).Multiple Nandhoppers wired together: ...
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