The Gakken SX-150 Analog Synthesizer Kit from the Maker shed is a really fun kit to build, mod, and hack. The first time I tried one out was at Maker Faire in 2008 and I was really impressed by the sound this little synth kit was able to produce.
- Size: 4.5″ x 6″
- Controls for LFO, pitch envelope, frequency cutoff, resonance, and attack/decay
- Slide controller (pen type electrode)
- Output and external input 1/8″ jacks
- Small built-in speaker
- Runs on 4 AA batteries (not included)
More about the Gakken SX-150 Analog Synthesizer Kit
Collin did an excellent video review of this cool little synth a while back on the blog. Check out the custom “pick” buttons he added to the stock kit.
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A quick, easy mod of the Gakken SX-150:
That is really funny…thanks for the link. I have to post it! (and make one!!)
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