This is a first demo of the newly revised GetLoFi Delay Kit. The kit will be available for purchase from GetLoFi.com/shop. The metal tines are mounted on a piece of wood with a Piezo pick underneath. The signal from the pickup is then routed directly into the LoFi Delay Unit and the output is routed strait to the audio recorder. The only controls on the delay unit are Delay Time and Delay Feedback. Unit turns on when an output cable is inserted. In the demo the unit is operated by an optional 9 Volt Wall supply. The delay itself is based on the PT2399 Digital IC, only bare minimum of components were used to make assembly as simple as possible. No OP-Amps are present in the circuit.
The Noise Hero is a lofi noise maker with a lot of routing options built onto a piece of stripboard using a 4093 quad nand chip. This video shows some of the example sounds that are located on the CD rom that comes with the noise hero.
For more about the Noise Hero see this youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd9QBBueroA
C64 doing time stretching, sort of vocoder stuff, delay, etc. at the same time. of course LoFi, but it works with 8Bit, 1MHz..
Who doesn´t dig LoFi?
Buck is a circuit bender and multi-media artist in Chicago. He is also regular presence at Roth Mobot’s weekly Electronic Symposium meetups at Lizard’s Liquid Lounge and has recently been making some really interesting instruments and video work.