Peterson Goodwyn shows off a piece of recording equipment that he built at NextFab. On his site, Goodwyn sells kits for DIYers to build their own equipment. Photo by Aidan Un.
Peterson Goodwyn couldn’t afford the audio recording equipment he wanted. Then he discovered that he could make it himself.
Now the West Philadelphian runs DIY Recording Equipment, where he sells kits for fellow makers, keeps a growing archive of more than 300 projects and runs a forum for DIYers from all around the world.
In the video below, watch him at work inside NextFab Studio.-30-
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