Timmy KucyndaTimmy lives and works in the upper Haight with his dog Munky. Outside of illustration, he spends his time playing the conga drums and skateboarding (just trying to keep the dream alive), and helping Munky to spread the love around the neighborhood. Green clothing gets the thumbs up. High heels or any shoes that make too much noise are a thumbs down.
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Surprisingly simple PVC pipe speakers are clear shining performers.
From MAKE: 31: Punk Science page 80
Squelette, the Bare-Bones Amplifier
Squelette is a see-through amplifier that sounds ridiculously good while showing off your soldering (it looks nothing like a typical audio product).
From MAKE: 23: Gadgets page 70
Hydrogen-Oxygen Bottle Rocket
Use electricity to split tap water into hydrogen and oxygen gases, then use this explosive gas mixture to power a two-stage, electronically timed rocket.
From MAKE: 20: For Kids of All Ages page 90
R-Tronic Toy Music Sequencer
Build a simple sequencer that lets babies play with shapes, sounds, and lights, or teaches older kids the basics of electronic music. You'll have lots of fun with it yourself!
From MAKE: 13: Magic page 124