Electronic Projects for Musicians, A Comprehensive Guide
by Craig Anderton
A comprehensive guide by Craig Anderton. Shows you how to build your own Preamp, Compressor/Limiter, Ring Modulator, Phase Shifter, Talk Box, plus 22 other inexpensive electronic accessories. Written in clear language, with hundreds of helpful diagrams and illustrations and simple ste-by-step instructions.
Many effects builders have cited Electronic Projects for Musicians as the book that got them started. This book lays out the basics of effects building, detailing the tools, parts and techniques needed. This book contains 27 different projects including fuzz pedals, ring modulator, phase shifter and compressor, complete with diagrams, illustrations and simple step by step instructions. for those wanting to build their own effects, this is your starting point.
220 pages, softbound, with audio CD demonstrating effects
|Item Height||0.6 in.|
|Item Length||11.9 in.|
|Item Width||9 in.|
|Page Count||220 pages|
|Packaging Dimensions||11.9 in. × 9 in. × 0.6 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||1.644 lbs.|
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All things DIY electronics put into simple terms for the smoother brained people like myself. I love getting through the first chapters and really started to understand how electronics work and how they apply to musical instruments and accessories. Once the first chapters are done, the diagrams start to look less like hieroglyphics and thats when your journey begins my friends! 5/5 would recommend for anyone!
WOW!! Had no idea this book was still around. I built several of these projects in the 1981-3 time frame. FANTASTIC BOOK!!!
If you want to learn the basics about effects building, this is a great place to start. Some of the IC's may be kind of hard to find, but there is plenty of info on the internet about the projects in this book that tell you what you need to do to substitute other IC's. This book is a classic among DIY'ers and a must have for anyone getting into building their own effects.