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    6pm to 8pm tonite, at noisebridge, Tuesday, at Noisebridge, 2169
    Mission Street, SF.<br>
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    Some electronics experience needed. <br>
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    We have two theremin builders participating so far. <br>
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    We're going to start with the antenna circuit. <br>
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    schematic:<br>
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    perfboard layout and parts list:<br>
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    (the 'proximity sensor' only, not 'wah')<br>
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    If you're joining us, bring two weird, mysterious, bizarre, or fun
    METALLIC objects that you can use as your antennas (the parts you
    wave your hands over to play the instrument). Should be no more than
    about 10 inches in any direction, no less than 5 inches. <br>
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    Please bring $5 for parts. <br>
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                    Johny Radio<br>
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                    Stick It In Your Ear!<br>
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