Synth building workshop with Farmer Glitch

This is an archive item from Supersonic 2017

Saturday 15:00 – 17:00
Farmer Glitch (a.k.a. Stephen Ives) guides participants through making their very own Atari Punk Console – a standalone, palm-sized synth with built-in amp and speaker for portable noise-goodness. A great project for beginners and young people, or just those who love to make noise, spend a little time soldering and walk away with a lovely little addition to your sonic armoury.

A member of electronic mavericks Hacker Farm & pHarmerz, Stephen customises discarded objects into sonic devices – transforming rusted buckets and old cameras into potent noise-machines. He is also director of Eastville Project Space – an independent art space in Yeovil, Somerset that provides a creative hub for local artists, musicians, designers and hackers.

For this workshop, we need you to sign up in advance – places are limited please e-mail [email protected] with ‘Synth Building Workshop’ in the Subject line to book your spot.