More from Our Man in Brussels

Sorry it’s taken me so long to post an update from our man in Brussels, Arthur Lacomme.  As you’ll recall he and his pals built some frikkin’ awesome! costumes/instruments/noisetoys for the Carnaval Sauvage de Bruxelles.  You can see more pics and vid on Arthur’s website. I love a lot of things about both this Carnaval Sauvage de Bruxelles … Continue reading “More from Our Man in Brussels”

Handmade Synths from Junkyard Jammers!

I love, love, love(!!!) seeing and hearing the projects my readers build, and sharing them with folks thinking about how they want to tackle these same projects.  First up is Jason Jaknunas’s take on the Bleepbox 8-Step Analog Sequencer (Project 16 in Junkyard Jam Band)—which is easily the best version of this I’ve ever seen (it totally leaves … Continue reading “Handmade Synths from Junkyard Jammers!”

A Grab Bag of Human Music Technologies

Girl totally rocks the original “Super Mario” medley (complete with coins and power-ups!) on a sheng, sounds like she totally belongs in the Mos Eisley Catina Band: A robot plays a pop hit (I love the rhythmic element that the robot’s motors and gears bring to the song): Props to Arthur Lacomme for pointing me … Continue reading “A Grab Bag of Human Music Technologies”