That's how to make music: Build your own synthesizer!
Mini keyboard: Revive the sound of the 80s!
Do you remember Axel F., the Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack, A-Ha's Take on Me or the songs by the German band Kraftwerk?
This retro modem, the mini keyboard of the 80s, allows you to revive the music in modem style. Gilded touch keys serve as a keyboard for making music. With the completed synthesizer, you can generate classical sounds as well as futuristic music. Two push-buttons let you easily change between two octaves, tempered whole tones and semi-tones. Simply touch the keys with your finger to produce the desired notes. Use sound effects to craft your music individually. LEDs visualize the selected settings. Of course, the Franzis synthesizer also comes with a volume control.
The kit comprises all required components. Even with low mechanical skills, you can build the synthesizer swiftly and easily. The detailed instructions describe the assembly step by step. Only a few components have to be soldered to the pre-assembled circuit board.
• Soldering iron, solder, wire cutter.
• To operate the device, three 1.5 AA batteries are required.
Not suitable for children under 14 years.
I found this device very beneficial and practical to supplement my learning/comprehension of online courses in music theory and vocal recording.