Top class electronic equipment for musicians that you can build yourself.
Above is a patch bay with two strips of 20 sockets,
it is inexpensive and easy to put together. More strips can be added as they become necessary. In most home recording applications 20 to 40 sockets is ample. For more information click on the above picture.
This small mixer above has two balanced microphone imports and to guitar or bass imports, the signal-to-noise ratio and frequency response is excellent. It can be used to provide extra inputs to a guitar amplifier, for guitars and low impedance microphones such as share SM58's. It is excellent to provide impedance matching and the extra gain needed to plug guitars and professional microphones into computer soundcards such as Sound Blaster's. Click on the above picture for more information.
The compressor above is optimised for line level input and output, it can be used in conjunction with the small mixer to the left and can be used with other professional mixes as well, it has excellent signal-to-noise ratio and fast compression attack. Click on the above photo and see more information.
If you are going to be building any of these projects, you are going to have to know how to solder, so here are some of my tips on soldering and putting together electronic projects. Just click on the photo above to read them.
Guitar Pre Amp.
How to hand wind a toroidal transformer.
Guitar Distortion Pedal
Easy & inexpensive to build with vero.
Digital Delay Mixer.
How to modify a digital delay to incorporate the original analog signal and mix in the delayed digital signal. Improves the sound substantialay..
Lookout for more projects coming to this page in the near future.