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Some soldering therapy for the weekend from RYO (ljunggrenaudio.com), bought from Escape From Noise...
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Signs of an evening well spent! #eurorack #diy #ginkosynthese
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Progress! Decided to create a single panel for the Doepfer DIY kit instead of separate ones. The #eShapeOko behaved very well, and all the holes got in the right places. Forgot the holes for the LEDs, though. Easy enough to drill by hand. Some soldering left.
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Happy birthday, Clara! (and R.I.P.)
Learn to play the theremin with Clara Rockmore! #GoogleDoodle
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"New" upload on Soundcloud! This one has vocals by Glove (Glottal Ove) and a latin percussion part played entirely on a MS-10!
SHotQ
Perdido by SHotQ
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Splendid!
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Dark day...
 
R.I.P. David Bowie....
Infinite sadness....
FUCK CANCER!
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Christmas present tip. Bought it myself!
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Almost done. That is a lot of wires...
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TTLFOv2 done! #ginkosynthese
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Cool!
Professor Beskberg (of SHotQ fame) in the news!
Development of English, Swedish and Arabic speech engines could be completed by September 2017.
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Obviously the correct way to keep your resistors organized...
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And then you'll probably have to keep it at a constant temperature.

As a kid I used to make tweaked carbon composition resistors by finding one that was just a bit lower than I needed and filing a cylindrical notch into the middle until the resistance was just right. A dab of epoxy would seal the thing up. They never did stay at that resistance as they heated up.
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Let's all go to Coventry!
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Official page of Swedish Hotsynth Quintet, a.k.a. SHotQ. Vintage Jazz. Vintage Synthesizers. Since 1998.
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Swedish Hotsynth Quintet" - say what?
The Swedish Hotsynth Quintet (or SHotQ for short), has been playing vintage jazz on vintage synthesizers since 1998. Or: "The Swedish Hotsynth Quintet aims to bring together the energy and passion of classic hot jazz with the warm, ear-caressing sound of older synthetic instruments, thereby redefining - and passing - the known boundaries of what mankind knows as music"...