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It has come time for me to update my home recording studio to continue recording my own brand of intergalactic low-fi, disco, funk, folk rock. Rather ...
You will need:- A flexible lamp arm- 24" x 6" sheet of 1/8" acrylic- 12" x 12" sheet of 1/8" milky white acrylic- A laser cutter (or handsaw) - A heat...
Cut your acrylic using the following templates below.One is for the bracket that holds the microphones, another other is a cover to make the base of t...
Bolt your microphone bracket centered upon the flexible lamp arm.Clamp the flexible rod to the table and slowly heat it with the heat gun until the si...
Carefully insert your rubber grommets into the holes on each side of the bracket. Gently push them into place. Don't be too forceful, as you might sna...
Place your microphones gently through the holes, angled towards each other, until they are held firmly in place.
Now we need to drill holes around the inner bottom of your clock for your LEDs.I first lined this part with tape and marked it because I didn't want t...
Insert your LEDs into the holes, pointed towards the inside of the case. Wire all of the longer power pins together and all of the shorter ground pins...
Drill appropriate sized holes for your audio jack and pull cord switch and then insert them into the case.Also, cut the end off of your 5V power trans...
Build a circuit (as shown below) into your laser cut perf board. Once done, build another.
Following the schematic, wire and glue the two boards in the part of the clock frame where the clock mechanism used to be. You should be able to wire ...
Drill a hole in the center of the plastic clock face cover and insert backwards (face down) into the clock frame.Slide the acrylic cover you made in s...
There are two wire coming out of the microphone.One is a ground wire and should be wired to ground. The other is the audio signal wire which should be...
Now you are ready to rock.Have fun.Some minor aesthetic improvements you may consider are:1. Adding a weight to the inside of the base to make it a li...
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Posted:Jun 7, 2009
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