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Handmade electronic music : the art of hardware hacking / written by Nicolas Collins ; illustrated by Simon Lonergan.

Av: Collins, Nicolas [aut]
Medverkande: Lonergan, Simon [ill]
Language: English Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2020Utgåva: Third editionBeskrivning: xviii, 434 pages illustrations (black and white) 26 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9780367210106Ämne(n): Elektronisk musik | Ljudteknik | Instrumenttillverkning (musikinstrument) | Elektriska musikinstrument | Design och konstruktion | Electronic musical instruments -- ConstructionYtterligare fysiska format: Online version:: Handmade electronic musicDDK-klassifikation: 786.7/1923 LOC-klassifikation: ML1092SAB-klassifikation: Iji | Paad
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Foreword to First Edition (David Behrman) ; Introduction ; PART I: STARTING. 1. Getting Started: Tools and Material Needed ; 2. The Seven Basic Rules of Hacking: General Advice ; PART II: LISTENING. 3. The Victorian Synthesizer: Twitching Loudspeakers ; 4. In/Out: Speaker as Microphone, Microphone as Speaker, the Symmetry of it All ; 5. How to Solder: an Essential Skill ; 6. Circuit Sniffing: Eavesdropping on Hidden Magnetic Music ; 7. How to Make a Contact Mike: Using Piezo Disks to Pick up Tiny Sounds ; 8. Turn Your Wall into a Speaker: Resonating Objects with Transducers, Motors and More ; 9. Paper Speakers (Jess Rowland) ; 10. Tape Heads: Play Your Credit ; 11. Electret Microphones: Binaural on a Budget ; 12. Laying of Hands: transforming a Radio into a Synthesizer by Making Your Skin Part of the Circuit ; PART III: BUILDING. 13. My First Oscillator™: Six Oscillators on a Chip, Guaranteed to Work ; 14. Solder Up! From Breadboard to Circuit Board ; 15. Getting Messy: Modulation, Feedback, Instability and Crickets ; 16. Soft Circuitry: An Introduction to E-Textile Interfaces (Lara and Sarah Grant) ; 17. On/Off (More Fun With Photo Resistors): Gating, Tremolo, Panning and More ; 18. Mixers and Matrices: Very Simple, Very Cheap, Very Clean Ways of Configuring Lots of Circuits ; 19. Boost and Distort: A Simple Circuit that Goes from Clean Preamp to Total Distortion ; 20. Analog to Digital Conversion, Sort of: Modulating Other Audio with Your Circuits, Pitch Tracking, and a Sequencer ; 21. Beyond Bending: Triggering, Sequencing and Modulating Circuit Bent Toys (Alex Inglizian) ; 22. Video Hacking (LoVid (Tali Hinkis, Kyle Lapidus) and Jon Satrom) ; 23. An Introduction to Op Amps ; 24. A Little Hacker’s Amp ; 25. The Mumma-Tudor Ring Modulator (Michael Johnsen and You Nakai) ; 26. Paper Circuits (Peter Blasser) ; 27. Rule the Airwaves: Build a Radio Transmitter (Brett Balogh) ; 28. A Grab Bag of Samples: A Voltage Controlled Radio Receiver (Holger Heckeroth) ; 29. A Lo-Fi Sampler and Looper (Holger Heckeroth) ; 30. The Bissell Function Block: A Lag Processor (Peter Speer) ; 31. Sounds from Neural Networks (Wolfgang Spahn) ; PART IV: COMPUTING. 32. Sharing Traces: Designing and Fabricating Your Own Printed Circuit Boards with Fritzing (Eduardo Rosario) ; 33. Microcontroller Sound (Joseph Kramer) ; 34. Small Sound: Pure Data on the Raspberry Pi (Robb Drinkwater) ; 35. Data Hacking: The Foundations of Glitch Art (Nick Briz) ; PART V: CONNECTING. 36. Handmade Sound Communities (Lisa Kori and David Novak) ; 37. Hello World!
Anmärkning bestånd: EMS : H1 Libris-ID: s5426gwsqnhfzg02Summary: "Handmade Electronic Music: The Art of Hardware Hacking provides a long-needed, practical, and engaging introduction to the craft of making--as well as creatively cannibalizing--electronic circuits for artistic purposes. With a sense of adventure and no prior knowledge, the reader can subvert the intentions designed into devices such as radios and toys to discover a new sonic world. At a time when computers dominate music production, this book offers a rare glimpse into the core technology of early live electronic music, as well as more recent developments at the hands of emerging artists. In addition to advice on hacking found electronics, the reader learns how to make contact microphones, pickups for electromagnetic fields, oscillators, distortion boxes, and unusual signal processors cheaply and quickly. This revised and expanded third edition has been update throughout to reflect new developments in technology and DIY approaches. The new edition includes: New chapters on op-amps, voltage control, transistor theory offer clear explanations of underlying theory. New chapters and features contributed by practitioners -- on topics including soft circuitry, video synthesis, printing your own circuit boards, Eurorack synthesizers, radio transmitters, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, data hacking, and the international hardware hacking scene address the latest developments in technological tools and creative trends Video tutorials, video clips, audio tracks, and links to suppliers now available on a companion website With a hands-on, experimental spirit, Nicolas Collins demystifies the process of crafting your own musical instruments and enables musicians, composers, artists, and anyone interested in music technology to draw on the creative potential of hardware hacking"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword to First Edition (David Behrman) ; Introduction ; PART I: STARTING. 1. Getting Started: Tools and Material Needed ; 2. The Seven Basic Rules of Hacking: General Advice ; PART II: LISTENING. 3. The Victorian Synthesizer: Twitching Loudspeakers ; 4. In/Out: Speaker as Microphone, Microphone as Speaker, the Symmetry of it All ; 5. How to Solder: an Essential Skill ; 6. Circuit Sniffing: Eavesdropping on Hidden Magnetic Music ; 7. How to Make a Contact Mike: Using Piezo Disks to Pick up Tiny Sounds ; 8. Turn Your Wall into a Speaker: Resonating Objects with Transducers, Motors and More ; 9. Paper Speakers (Jess Rowland) ; 10. Tape Heads: Play Your Credit ; 11. Electret Microphones: Binaural on a Budget ; 12. Laying of Hands: transforming a Radio into a Synthesizer by Making Your Skin Part of the Circuit ; PART III: BUILDING. 13. My First Oscillator™: Six Oscillators on a Chip, Guaranteed to Work ; 14. Solder Up! From Breadboard to Circuit Board ; 15. Getting Messy: Modulation, Feedback, Instability and Crickets ; 16. Soft Circuitry: An Introduction to E-Textile Interfaces (Lara and Sarah Grant) ; 17. On/Off (More Fun With Photo Resistors): Gating, Tremolo, Panning and More ; 18. Mixers and Matrices: Very Simple, Very Cheap, Very Clean Ways of Configuring Lots of Circuits ; 19. Boost and Distort: A Simple Circuit that Goes from Clean Preamp to Total Distortion ; 20. Analog to Digital Conversion, Sort of: Modulating Other Audio with Your Circuits, Pitch Tracking, and a Sequencer ; 21. Beyond Bending: Triggering, Sequencing and Modulating Circuit Bent Toys (Alex Inglizian) ; 22. Video Hacking (LoVid (Tali Hinkis, Kyle Lapidus) and Jon Satrom) ; 23. An Introduction to Op Amps ; 24. A Little Hacker’s Amp ; 25. The Mumma-Tudor Ring Modulator (Michael Johnsen and You Nakai) ; 26. Paper Circuits (Peter Blasser) ; 27. Rule the Airwaves: Build a Radio Transmitter (Brett Balogh) ; 28. A Grab Bag of Samples: A Voltage Controlled Radio Receiver (Holger Heckeroth) ; 29. A Lo-Fi Sampler and Looper (Holger Heckeroth) ; 30. The Bissell Function Block: A Lag Processor (Peter Speer) ; 31. Sounds from Neural Networks (Wolfgang Spahn) ; PART IV: COMPUTING. 32. Sharing Traces: Designing and Fabricating Your Own Printed Circuit Boards with Fritzing (Eduardo Rosario) ; 33. Microcontroller Sound (Joseph Kramer) ; 34. Small Sound: Pure Data on the Raspberry Pi (Robb Drinkwater) ; 35. Data Hacking: The Foundations of Glitch Art (Nick Briz) ; PART V: CONNECTING. 36. Handmade Sound Communities (Lisa Kori and David Novak) ; 37. Hello World!

"Handmade Electronic Music: The Art of Hardware Hacking provides a long-needed, practical, and engaging introduction to the craft of making--as well as creatively cannibalizing--electronic circuits for artistic purposes. With a sense of adventure and no prior knowledge, the reader can subvert the intentions designed into devices such as radios and toys to discover a new sonic world. At a time when computers dominate music production, this book offers a rare glimpse into the core technology of early live electronic music, as well as more recent developments at the hands of emerging artists. In addition to advice on hacking found electronics, the reader learns how to make contact microphones, pickups for electromagnetic fields, oscillators, distortion boxes, and unusual signal processors cheaply and quickly. This revised and expanded third edition has been update throughout to reflect new developments in technology and DIY approaches. The new edition includes: New chapters on op-amps, voltage control, transistor theory offer clear explanations of underlying theory. New chapters and features contributed by practitioners -- on topics including soft circuitry, video synthesis, printing your own circuit boards, Eurorack synthesizers, radio transmitters, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, data hacking, and the international hardware hacking scene address the latest developments in technological tools and creative trends Video tutorials, video clips, audio tracks, and links to suppliers now available on a companion website With a hands-on, experimental spirit, Nicolas Collins demystifies the process of crafting your own musical instruments and enables musicians, composers, artists, and anyone interested in music technology to draw on the creative potential of hardware hacking"-- Provided by publisher.

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