New in the Maker Shed: Atari punk console kit

Music Technology
New in the Maker Shed: Atari punk console kit
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The Atari Punk Console kit is a simple and fun sound generator that would make the perfect stocking stuffer for anyone that likes beeps, blips, and boops. The original circuit was developed by Forrest M. Mims III, and was coined the ‘Atari Punk Console’ by Kaustic Machines due to the similarity of the sounds it makes to an Atari 2600. Please note: An enclosure is not included, but you could use almost anything! Still not sure what to use, a Make project tin would make a perfect enclosure.


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