Brigade Neurale DIY #1 : Allah Bending

Introduction: Brigade Neurale DIY #1 : Allah Bending

We are collective music French label fascinated by circuit bending and noise machines, and more over DIY. We usually speak french but this website seems to be a great place for makers, so let's try it !

We just launched a new podcast on our blog. Every month we do a video tutorial about something that is really fun or simple to remake.

Here's the first one, it's a really fun and simple circuit bending. We choose a Azzan Clock, a gadget that shouting the call to prayer, also called Azzan.

We'll really appreciate feedback.

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    berekleonard
    berekleonard

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Great detail on replacing a resistor with a pot and/or photoresistor! Most instructables neglect that simple bend and go straight to shorting out the processor, or body contacts, or switches, or etc.  Bien fait! Veuillez faire plus d'instructables!!

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    umursengul
    umursengul

    11 years ago on Introduction

    It is electronically a good idea but as a Muslim, I hope you had never been done this. Because this is very afflictive to hear the call to prayer for the name of the God (we call Allah) in this way...

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    berekleonard
    berekleonard

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Can an electronic muezzin be that holy? I'm pretty sure these people meant no irreverence. It is, after all, an electronic clock probably made in china and a great candidate for bending.  Then again, I do sit in Dar ul Harb.

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    12 years ago on Introduction

    What weird noises - that's a great little trick, although I expect you will get complaints from some people.

    By the way, it is the call to prayer.

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    el greeno
    el greeno

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    That's pretty cool actually. Good work. Maybe a schematic drawing would help if anybody wanted to know what exactly you did.

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    brigadeneurale
    brigadeneurale

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    I made a detailled how to, it's in french, I planned to translate it, but in fact the schematic drawing is a really neat idea. I'll make one asap