Instructables: exploring - play - instruments - keyboard Thu, 21 Aug 2014 11:18:34 PDT BLOX v1.01 Easy Reversible Electronic Keyboard Sustain Pedal H4ZZ498 Hi Instructables community! I've been away for quite a while, but I am back! I've already built this, but it is really simple - you won't need a step by step. What you will need is this: - a 1/4" mono jack - a DPDT latching button - a SPST non-latching NO button - a SPST non-latching NC button - w...
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Tue, 20 Dec 2011 06:22:36 PST
PVC Instrument
PVC Instrument - More DIY How To Projects]]> tallman1996 This is a great and fun to play instrument. I will give you simple instructions to follow so that you too can build your own unique instrument. On mine, there are 3 octaves, plus an extra C. If you plan everything right, it can be easy to build. Special thanks to Snubby J who first inspired me to bu...
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Sat, 29 Oct 2011 14:28:12 PDT
Learning the C major scale on Keyboard/Piano
Learning the C major scale on Keyboard/Piano - More DIY How To Projects]]> studykeyboarddotcom I find C Major Scale the easiest scale to remember out of the lot!  This is because the  C major scale doesn’t have any sharps or flats in the key signature.  What does this mean?,  This means you only stick to playing the white keys and don’t touch the black ones. Original Content  StudyKeyboard....
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Wed, 12 Jan 2011 19:45:01 PST
How to fix an accordion keyboard
How to fix an accordion keyboard - More DIY How To Projects]]> beenjammin As much fun as accordions are, they can be quite intimidating to take apart, clean, or fix. There are very few accordion builders and very few accordion restorers as well- professional or amateur. Most accordions are antiques, which means that most accordions are in some state of disrepair. The mo...
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Tue, 8 Jun 2010 10:20:21 PDT
How to Build a Luzboard (Electronic Instrument)
How to Build a Luzboard (Electronic Instrument) - More DIY How To Projects]]> VictoriaAW This is an electronic instrument played similarly to a keyboard with some fun effects. A light sensor is attached to the computer that controls the timber (sound) of the pitches. You can play a chromatic scale from C to C in four octaves using the computer keyboard. Download Pure Data (PD) Go to ...
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Thu, 23 Jul 2009 15:35:33 PDT
Electronic Drum Kit
Electronic Drum Kit - More DIY How To Projects]]> munchman Drums are fun, let's face it. But they are too expensive and cumbersome. The solution? Build your own electronic drum kit! The theory A keyboard is really a bunch of switches. So to make the drum kit, we build our own switches, and wire them up to a keyboard controller. This plugs into a PC, wher...
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Sat, 6 Jun 2009 19:38:38 PDT