Instructables: exploring - play - instruments - sound Mon, 27 Mar 2017 01:39:57 PDT BLOX v1.01 Rubber Band Instrument
Rubber Band Instrument - More DIY How To Projects]]> Diabolik Danger Make your own rubber band instrument with simple household materials.Materials Wood / wooden boxrubber bands10 push pins A4-paper2 hingesTools ScissorDremelDremel toolsWood glueHammerSandpaperPencilProtractor triangleSawPliersPair of compassesScrewdriverBrush / rag WoodstainBox cutter Wood For th...
By: Diabolik Danger

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Mon, 2 Feb 2015 13:37:48 PST
Stage monitor
Stage monitor - More DIY How To Projects]]> redvandan Today we build some stage monitor boxes and here are some things we need.Tools:drill jig saw circular saw brad nailer (air compressor) measuring tape router compass protractormarkerchalk linestraight edgesandercalking gunpaint brush and rollerMaterials: ...
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Tue, 18 Nov 2014 08:18:58 PST
how to make bongo drums for under 4 $!!
how to make bongo drums for under 4 $!! - More DIY How To Projects]]> swisel This is a quick tutorial for how to make your own drums really easily. you will need: lets get started! To start off with cut off the front and bottom of your big bottle (or small). Now cut the top off your balloon and attach it to the bottle with your tape.
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Fri, 12 Apr 2013 11:00:06 PDT
Designing and building an 'acoustic' synthesizer
Designing and building an 'acoustic' synthesizer - More DIY How To Projects]]> ArvidJense For my internship at Create Digital Music/Meeblip I've created quite a fun little synthesizer. This thing is meant to be more flexible than other synthesizer by making it completely independent; it is battery powered, has its own amplifier/speaker and is controlled by a manually operated sequencer. ...
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Sun, 24 Feb 2013 15:12:10 PST
StyloBuzz - Synthesizer
StyloBuzz - Synthesizer - More DIY How To Projects]]> rarebeasts The StyloBuzz is a small super lofi stylus synth that allows you to play one octave of notes, you can also modify the waveform in 5 different ways using the mode control. It's really just an easy to build instrument that is lots of fun to play and can gives endless chip style sounds when you mess a...
By: rarebeasts

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Fri, 30 Dec 2011 00:16:59 PST
PVC Clarinet
PVC Clarinet - More DIY How To Projects]]> PhotonPunk This is something I made a couple of years ago. It's basically a piece of pvc with a standard clarinet mouthpiece glued on. The finger holes were measured to make it in-tune. Takes a lot of air pressure, but it sounds rather nice for a piece of pvc (I'm a very amateur clarinet player so forgive the ...
By: PhotonPunk

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Mon, 21 Nov 2011 20:12:48 PST
Sound Sandwich
Sound Sandwich - More DIY How To Projects]]> the master 2 This is a nice buzzing instrument that you can blow through to make noise. You will need: 2 ice lolly sticks 2 small elastic bands 1 large elastic band 2 short pieces of straw Putting it together 1 Put the large elastic band on one of the ice lolly sticks. Putting it together 2 1 Put a s...
By: the master 2

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Sat, 2 Apr 2011 08:55:34 PDT
Endless Rain Wheel (Sound Effect)
Endless Rain Wheel (Sound Effect) - More DIY How To Projects]]> rhoddity So I was poking about the website looking for ways to make a rain stick (musical sound effect), when I stumbled across a rather good method sent in by Obediah , on making a continuous-sounding version of the instrument. After some quick brainstorming, I made my own prototype, a complicated mess of a...
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Fri, 29 Oct 2010 01:05:50 PDT
Art of Sound Contest Winners Contest Robot Instructables Zalytron, Bleep Labs, and Create Digital Music are happy to announce the winners of the Art of Sound Contest! Sound and music mean many things to many people and that was very apparent in the entries to this contest. From building instruments from scratch to interacting with sound to ...
By: Contest Robot

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Wed, 19 Aug 2009 08:01:58 PDT
Transform an Acoustic Guitar Into a Dobro Using Aluminum Pie Pans and Convolution
Transform an Acoustic Guitar Into a Dobro Using Aluminum Pie Pans and Convolution - More DIY How To Projects]]> MahavishnuMan This Instructable is in the Art of Sound Contest. If you like it, show me some love!I'm working on a long distance project with my former guitarist. He found himself in an alternative country groove one day, laid down some tracks, and asked me to do something with them. I was honored, of course, ...
By: MahavishnuMan

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Fri, 24 Jul 2009 23:55:11 PDT
Super EASY and super CHEAP magneto scratcher!
Super EASY and super CHEAP magneto scratcher! - More DIY How To Projects]]> tekija "Magnero scratcher " is device which can create funny sounds just by "scratching" magnetic materials. Such as audio tapes, video tapes, credit cards, magnetic disks etc...Here is an super EASY way to build one. No need of soldering. Only tool you need is JUST a Screwdriver!So everything you need is:...
By: tekija

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Thu, 25 Jun 2009 02:50:52 PDT
The Minty Kalimba
The Minty Kalimba - More DIY How To Projects]]> Deansrds My quest for the perfect portable musical instrument has led me to attempt my own creation. Over the years I have indulged myself with the likes of harmonicas, kazoos, and ukuleles in pursuit of the tiny and versatile. Thus I have created a new addition to my portable, quirky, arsenal of sound... ...
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Mon, 15 Jun 2009 08:04:19 PDT
Nandhopper 1-Bit Noise Synth
Nandhopper 1-Bit Noise Synth - More DIY How To Projects]]> kylemcdonald 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 I mean, or listen to some improvisations: 3 2 1. Materials Here are things you'll to do it exactly the same way I did. Some things, like capacitor size, w...
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Wed, 17 Dec 2008 22:14:23 PST
How to choose a drumkit to buy
How to choose a drumkit to buy - More DIY How To Projects]]> The Stans Mysterium This instructable describes considerations to take when buying a drumkit. Whether new to drumming or just not sure how to begin narrowing options, in this instructable i hope to give advice on choosing a kit. It can be difficult to find the ideal kit to suit your style of music, tastes and playing t...
By: The Stans Mysterium

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Thu, 1 May 2008 10:47:50 PDT
Straw Horn
Straw Horn - More DIY How To Projects]]> Shadow Dragon This is a simple Instructable on how to make a straw whistle. Cut the Straw Cut the straw however long you want. It should be at least 4 inches though. The longer the straw, the lower pitched the sound is. Cut again Next, cut edges off about 1 cm down from the tip of the straw. Cut the edges a...
By: Shadow Dragon

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Fri, 21 Mar 2008 17:26:06 PDT
Light of the sound
Light of the sound - More DIY How To Projects]]> diana_gomez A technology saturation has taken the place of the space we shared, the light is something daily and people is seating next to the other around machines but they don't value their company. what would you do if light and its sounds get tired and desapeare? I'm sure we would miss them the most. The...
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Fri, 2 Jun 2006 21:57:08 PDT