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           Announcing the THIRD (or 4th...) TRIANNUAL NOISE HACK
           A day of building and programming noise and music producing things
           Saturday, April 19th, 2014
           12 noon to 6pm
           Noisebridge, 2169 Mission St, San Francisco


STANLEY LUNETTA, Pictured above, inventor of the logic-based Lunetta Synthesizer, is giving our out-of-key-note address! We are very honored to host this electronic music LEGEND at Noisebridge! Stanley is an artist, pit drummer, stick sculptor, painter, sound sculptor, mask maker, sound sculptor..... the list goes on. Wow! What a treat!

-Want to BUILD a bizarre sound-creation contraption, of wood, metal, old springs, rusty gears, and other found objects? /Edgetone Records/ recording-artist Tom Nunn will guide you. In the grand tradition of Harry Partch, Tom is creator of the "Octatonic T-Rodimba" and other, other, other-worldly instruments. Bring materials you'd like to use, or just find some junk around Noisebridge.

-Gary Brawer, guitar builder, will lead an instrument-building workshop. Stay tuned for details.

-Want to learn to BEND an innocent music toy, until it produces mutant sounds, unlike anything the original designers intended? Martin de Video will lead you down the dark and mysterious path of circuit bending. Bring an electronic music toy you want to bend to your will.

-Want to SOLDER up an electronic tone-generator circuit? Johny Radio will show you how to build a Lunetta-type oscillator, based on the Schmitt NAND gate. Noisebridge will provide tools. Bring $5 for parts.


Put this on your calendar! Saturday, April 19th, 12 noon to 6pm, at Noisebridge.

Johny Radio Stick It In Your Ear!

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