Wired has a great piece published yesterday showing how Philadelphia musician RJD2 builds his own modular synthesizers. The artist says that 90 percent of his samples are from vintage or DIY synth gear. That’s cool.
From the article:
“To have a piece of plastic with a bunch of copper traces on it and then drill some holes in a piece of sheet metal and silkscreen it, then you wire this whole thing up and send some voltage through it — I know this might sound silly, but that’s the most fascinating and addicting process you can possibly imagine,” RJD2 told Wired.com by phone, discussing his process.
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