Led by Nicolas Collins
Monday 12 - Friday 16 January 2021 at the Bristol Watershed
10am - 5pm
125 full / 100 concessions

For further information E: gill@watershed.co.uk
To book with the Watershed box office T: 0117 927 5100

DAY 1 - INTRODUCTION TO COURSE
"Show & tell" of circuits typically made in class.
How to Solder - part 1
"Circuit sniffing" - listening to electronic fields with radios and coils

DAY 2 - IN/OUT
Using headphones as microphones
Making a contact mike
Making a piezo driver transducer
Using a tape head

DAY 3 - LAYING OF HANDS
Flesh-controlled circuitry
Hacking the clocks in toys
Misc. toy circuitry hacks

DAY 4 - FIRST SELF-MADE CIRCUITS
World's simplest oscillator
More oscillators
How to solder - part 2

DAY 5 - SIGNAL PROCESSING
Photocell gating circuits
Amplification and Distortion
Analog-Digital processing

There will be an opportunity for course participants to perform a live demo at the end of the course as part of Random Function - Bristol's regular experimental sound event on Friday 16 January at 9pm. For further info visit www.watershed.co.uk

Booking for this course is now open and we would appreciate early registration to enable advanced course materials to be exchanged. For further information
E: gill@watershed.co.uk To book with the Watershed box office T: 0117 927 5100

Hardware Hacking is run by Sonic Arts Network with support from the Watershed.

 

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