I love analog synthesisers. I’ve always have. In fact one of the main reasons Vox Robot started was as a good excuse to build, tinker, and play with a few of the little beasties. As luck would have it analog synthesizers are having a bit of a renaissance. Is ridiculous to think that we have at least an order of magnitude more choice in absolutely every facet of building a big modular than the hip kids of the 60 and 70’s. Continue reading Diy Synth Choices — The Final Three
Have you ever opened the trunk of you e46 convertible and found a wet and musty mess; you might have assume that the trunk seal was somehow involved. I did, and I was very, very wrong. After months of bailing my car like a row-boat, and much detective work — I stumbled on the culprit entirely by accident: Continue reading BMW e46 Plumbing – Convertible Drain Holes
Alesis M1 Active Speakers. We tear down this bi-amped beauties for a post mortem after one channel caught fire. Back to Mono is part one. Stay tuned for the rebuild in part two.
One great regret – of the many – is the Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 that I never bought in 1986 as it sat collecting dust at Music Magic. I let it get away.
Yes, the Prophet 5 is indeed a legend. The list of its users is a who’s who of musical heavy hitters. Continue reading The one that got away. Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
Cleaning out the drains is simple BMW maintenance, is not only very easy — is necessary. If you neglect this simple task fallen leafs and road grime will clog the drains. Once your drains clog water can flood the cowl and come into the cabin through the fresh air vent. Continue reading Simple BMW X3 Maintenance, Cleaning the Drains
After much thinking and deliberation, I decided to do for myself what I have in the past suggested other people do – start a video blog. I’ll focus on my personal area of interests, they are quite disjointed.
In no particular order: Continue reading A brand new day.