Usually, if you're building your own synthesizer you have aspirations of composing the next great techno track. But this kit—available from the Maker SHED for just $20—lets you build a wonderful toy ray gun that generates electronic 'pewpew' sound effects. And instead of just cycling through various sounds like a cheap toy, you can use the gun's three adjustable knobs to tweak the 'wub', 'bwoop', and 'bip bip' sounds however you like.
The littleBits Synth Kit lets you snap together your own synthesizer, opening up hardware to whole new set of geeks. For music geeks, building a synthesizer has always been a way to experiment with sound, far beyond what commercial ...
The Defusable Clock kit is an electronics kit that lets you build a scary looking clock that you can actually "defuse". Only the electronics are included -- you use your imagination to build the device you want!
The littleBits Synth Kit lets users build their own expandable modular electronic instruments at home.
Do you like electronic music? Ever want to build your own sound generator? The Atari Punk Console Kit from the Maker Shed is just what you need. By manipulating the two knobs, you can unleash amazing sounds from the 556 timer IC.