We have finally achieved the perfect solution to have enclosures for GetLoFi Devices, this simple and elegant laser cut style is economical and attractive at the same time. The Quad Oscillator Devices are now available for only 49.99 fully assembled and shipped right to your door. Hand made in USA.
Our good friends John Highlyliquid.com and Kevin Sineqube.com from Columbus, OH spent much time designing a neat little synthesizer. Now they are looking to manufacture some units and release the design as Open Source. We hope that this project will be of interest to you and perhaps even receive your support.
February 2, 2012: The NTH is a fun-to-use, sonically-rich, hackable music synthesizer. It features digital oscillators, an analog low-pass filter, an integrated step sequencer, MIDI I/O, and simple, intuitive controls.
The new 4093 Quad Oscillator Kit is now available in limited quantities from the GetLoFi.com/Shop. Please also note that many improvements have already taken place in the store. GetLoFi component database is now directly linked to the online store and number of products in stock is updated automatically. Reflecting everything that can be shipped today!
This is what the new kit packaging will look like, everything is in a heat sealed anti static sleeve with small components in a separate compartment to prevent damage.
Assembly instructions for all new kits as well as extra information about assembly and modification now is kept in the howto.pdf file.
The concept is fairly simple when it comes to making a microphone out of a speaker element. Once connected to an output jack and hit with audio waves the speaker coil will vibrate generating AC current. After connecting to an amplifier this current will be transformed back into audio waves. These Telephone Headset Microphones are usually available during our live shows on tour, however now you can get one from the GetLoFi.com/shop. Another example of reusing outdated technology such as a land line telephone receiver in a creative way.
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