Electro-Magnetic Field Detector (EMF detector for short). consructed in an old voltmeter and featuring: detector with wooden handle (ends sealed with old fashioned black, non-conductive resin), light-up meter scale to see it in the dark, quarter inch jack output, battery pack (9V PP3), fancy additional doohickeys on the top to make it look extra sciencey!
If you guys want synths, first, you must not message me as anons :P Secondly; about £500 and about 2 weeks if I have all the parts, but it all depends on what modules you want in it.
The lord of chaos could be yours, destroy your neighbour’s ears with this, the greatest of all cacophonic drone synths!
Biscuitron 4 demo 2 - the pattern mutates so much that when you think I might be turning a knob, I’m probably not… although there is a lot of knob twiddling.