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 Post subject: Ideas for Your Spare Electronic Parts
PostPosted: Jan Thu 12, 2017 4:55 am 

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Location: Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076
Hello All,

I met this gentleman, Tim Kaiser, some years back and was impressed by his imagination. Gives me encouragement to at least experiment (with low voltages, mind you).

While some of his 'music' may not be to your taste, I think his imaginative designs for his art are really cool.

Here are a couple short videos:

Website with a gallery of his stuff:

Neat stuff.

Best Regards,


 Post subject: Re: Ideas for Your Spare Electronic Parts
PostPosted: Jan Fri 13, 2017 6:26 am 
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Location: In the village, 19115
He seems akin to this guy:

Reed Ghazala is now known internationally as "The Father of Circuit-Bending", a self-discovered and amazingly simple electronic process of creating experimental musical instruments from pre-existing audio circuitry. Following Reed's writings, and without any prior knowledge of electronics, people everywhere are following this new art form, this new standard of audio exploration, and are designing their own fantastic instruments.

They both make some pretty cool stuff. I wish that I could emulate them!

I like things that light up, tubes, bulbs, LEDs, whatever, and things that make noise.

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