WAVEFORM MAGAZINE DIY OSCILLOSCOPE WORKSHOP
at Patchwerks in Seattle
Join Founder/Editor of Waveform Ellison Wolf on Sunday, November 10th at Patchwerks in Seattle to make Waveform issue #2's DIY "Gateway Oscilloscope" project where we take an inexpensive and readily available oscilloscope and convert it to be used in a Eurorack system. First, we will finish assembly of the oscilloscope [the surface mount components [SMDs] come already soldered by the manufacturer], by installing through hole resistors, diodes, electrolytic capacitors, and other components. We will measure the values of each resistor with a multi-meter to ensure proper installation. Once the oscilloscope is built and tested, we will assemble the Waveform designed circuit board which will convert the +12V supplied by Eurorack power into the +5V that the oscilloscope requires and runs on, and solder that into place, wiring it up to the oscilloscope. Eventually we will put everything together, and mount it on the black matte/copper "Gateway Oscilloscope" PCB faceplate. You will leave the workshop with a functioning Waveform "Gateway Oscilloscope" for your setup.
Join Founder/Editor of Waveform Ellison Wolf on Saturday, December 7th to build the Waveform Eurorack Delay which is a PT2399 based karaoke reverb PCB that can be hacked to make a cool delay unit.
We will transform this mostly pre-assembled circuit board to work on 12v Eurorack power, and also build DIY Vactrols and insert them into the circuit in order to modulate the Time and Feedback effects of the delay. Faceplate width is 5HP.
This is a DIY beginner friendly workshop. We will cover the basics of soldering and help you to walk away with a working delay for your rack!
WAVEFORM MAGAZINE DIY EURORACK DELAY
at S1 SYNTH LIBRARY in Portland