Come build the Lorre-Mill uTone logic synth in a workshop lead by artists Stefanie & Wouter, they’ll guide you through the whole assembly and soldering process, plus explain how the circuit works.
“This electronic instrument project began with an experiment of walking ring counters. The basis of the design is that feeding outputs of a shift register back to the input through a logical inverter creates this rippling bit effect where, all ones then all zeros are passed down the line. When mixed by a resistor ladder this feedback renders “sine waves” of different pitches, or noise waves of different lengths if fed back thru exor. This uTone circuit uses CMOS logic, a resistor ladder, and a few other simple pieces to create audio forms. The scale inherent in this instrument is the undertone series, giving divisions of the main clock frequency.”
Note: Please let us know if you can’t make it max. 24 hours before the workshop, otherwise, we can’t reimburse you.