[spectre] London Music Hackspace | Befaco.org workshop : build your own synth modules

Sus Garcia susannagg at gmail.com
Fri Jan 31 13:22:03 CET 2014

15th and 16th Feb
Befaco.org: build your own synth modules on eurorack format

Join us at the London Hackspace for this two days hands-on workshop lead by Barcelona-based synth makers Befaco.org. Befaco is a Synth DIY/open hardware platform based in Barcelona, focussed on designing modules and organizing modular synth workshops each regularly in Madrid, Barcelona and Berlin, and now for the second time at the London Music Hackspace.

Dates: 15th and 16th February, ~11am to ~7pm

Location: 447 Hackney Rd, London E2 9DY

Hands on workshop: build your own synth modules on eurorack format. We provide all the necessary components to build your device from scratch. Each participant builds her/his own machine during the workshop.

Target audience: People interested in analog synthesis, modulars, experimentation, DIY, performance, sound.
Language: English / Spanish

Material Costs: NO Fee, just pay for the kits you build. Kits include PCB and all electronic parts.

Required skills: interest and patience. No previous experience in electronics is necessary.

Required materials: Fine tip soldering iron less than 25w (if possible).

Participants can choose to build any of the Befaco modules that are available.

Available modules are:

ADSR Full CV ADSR with linear or RC response (110 GBP)

HexaVCA Six independent VCA or 5+master (135 GBP)

Slope Generator: Based on Buchla's 281 slope gen, with some mods and faders for time control (120 GBP) 

Dual Atenuverter: multiplies input signal by -1 (invert) to 1 selectable with knob. Can add offset of +/- 10V (50 GBP)

BF22 Korg MS20 filter + CV resonance (120 GBP)

Mixer Small size four channel DC coupled mixer (50 GBP)

Sample and hold + Lag processor (80 GBP)

Power bus. Regulated Standard Euro Power bus (43 GBP)

Power supply. 60w switched power supply (30 GBP)

Please register via: workshops at musichackspace.org

As always we are also happy to answer any questions you may have.


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