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The Feedback Slider is a musical instrument that uses feedback to create it's unique sound. Ambient (or other) noises are played into an adjustable resonant cyclinder, picked up by a microphone and fed back. The output is conditioned by custom circuitry and standard effects pedals.
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Some cool and relevant links:
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* David Cossin's "Amplified Cardboard Tube", one of the inspirations for this project [http://web.mac.com/davidcossin/iWeb/Site/Listen-Look.html]
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* All about electret mics: [http://www.epanorama.net/circuits/microphone_powering.html]
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* Standard LM386 circuit: [http://www.techlib.com/electronics/audioamps.html#LM386]
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* Simple diode-based limiter: [http://gilmore2.chem.northwestern.edu/projects/limiter_prj.htm]
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* Audio circuits, including allpass filter: [http://sound.westhost.com/dwopa.htm#examples1]
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Latest revision as of 11:12, 24 June 2012

The Feedback Slider is a musical instrument that uses feedback to create it's unique sound. Ambient (or other) noises are played into an adjustable resonant cyclinder, picked up by a microphone and fed back. The output is conditioned by custom circuitry and standard effects pedals.

Some cool and relevant links:

  • David Cossin's "Amplified Cardboard Tube", one of the inspirations for this project [1]
  • All about electret mics: [2]
  • Standard LM386 circuit: [3]
  • Simple diode-based limiter: [4]
  • Audio circuits, including allpass filter: [5]