15 November 2018, 19:00 - 22:00
Open to the public each third-Thursday of the month, the Eastern Bloc Lab allows community members and working artists engaged at Eastern Bloc to socialise and create new work. It is a place for design of music and electronics in Montreal, Quebec.
On November 15th, will be dedicated to the electronic build of the collaborative Lunetta synthesizer.
7 p.m. - 10 p.m. / Free
R.S.V.P. or request a copy of the collaborative synth manual at firstname.lastname@example.org
This month our soundLab is dedicated to our (monster) collaborative Lunetta synthesizer. Some projects for beginners or intermediates to contribute may implement a 555 chip (Atari Punk Console), a piezo sensor (drum block), or for the ambitious and destructive: a self-made tape delay.
Panels are pre-cut and drilled to house 1/8" banana jacks, and are available for a donation of $1. Central 9V power rails are installed that use two-pin wafer jack connectors. An instructional manual will be available on site or may be requested by email.
This event will be 'hands on' with an impetus to bring wire, parts and solder you may have to contribute to the commons. Participants of all ability levels and patterns of existence are invited to interconnect in creation of small components to a greater whole.