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Cyber Folk Book
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DIGBEE



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PostPosted: Fri Jul 19, 2019 1:31 pm    Post subject: Cyber Folk Book
Subject description: new book on DIY electronic instrument building
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I figured some individuals would be interested in my new book Cyber Folk.

You can see a full write up at this link:
http://www.harpyharpy.com/store/cyber-folk-digbees-electronic-chronicle-exhibition-book

The book is all about home made electronic instrument building, some circuit bent, and some scratch built circuits. I won't be redundant here, all the necessary info is at the link above.

Anyone in the NJ/NYC area should come check out the art exhibition of all the instruments in the book. New American Instruments at Harpy Gallery Rutherford, NJ (right outside NYC) July 20th 6-9PM. More info below.

https://juxtapoz.com/news/sculpture/new-american-instruments-harpy-gallery/
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 21, 2019 8:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

DIGBEE has a veriable arsenal of circuit-bent and scratch-built noise makers, decently documented in a very slick publication. Even a non electro music friend was impressed.

I'll have to dig out from storage my old turtable to hear his recordings on flexidisc. That could take a while.

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