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A 555 Synthesizer

Inspired by the memory of a childhood electronics kit, [Frank] decided to make a new 555 Synthesizer and enter it into the 555 contest. [Frank's] remake is played with a stylus, and sports an attack and release envelope circuit, housed in a quick but effective acrylic case. Using a single 555 timer, a hand full [...]
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