DIY Workshop Making Sound Machines // Plinky Synth ******SOLD OUT******


Build your own Plinky Synth

Pick 1 of 4 DIY Kits /// DIY Level: Easy /// Price: 65€ to 345€

Available are the following DIY kits:

Plinky Synth (345€)
Making Sound Machines - Farbshaper (65€)
Making Sound Machines - Farbfolder (65€)
Making Sound Machines - Farb Highpass (80€)

Detailed info about Making Sound Machines kits:

Info about Plinky synth:

Plinky is an 8 voice expressive polyphonic touch synthesizer that specializes in fragile, melancholic sounds.

Plinky supports 4 external CV modulation sources, each with their own LFO. It also has global delay, reverb, high pass filter and saturation units along with a simple mixer, arpeggiator, sequencer and sampler.

With the blessing of Plinky's original designer mmalex, Making Sound Machines is producing the 2024 run of kits for Thonk. Join the workshop and let's build the new and updated Plinky v3 together.

IMPORTANT: please email us in advance so we know how many people show up and let us know how many Plinkys you want: Let us know if you want to buy a second kit for soldering at home.

We have got soldering irons and tools, but you are welcome to bring your own.

The prices above are the final prices minus the 30€ workshop ticket (price minus 30€ = rest payment).

Here you can already download a PDF manual which you can either have on your phones or printed with you:

Important General Info:

To enter the workshop you need both:

   a) Superbooth ticket for the day of the workshop plus
   b) the workshop ticket itself! Availble HERE in our ticket shop

The workshop ticket covers the advance payment for the workshop, please bring your printed workshop ticket plus Superbooth ticket and enough cash to pay the rest payment here in the workshop area. (We possibly won't have small change and no online payment possibilities!)

We generally have some middle class soldering irons and tools. If you have own stuff, you can bring it if you like!

Do not forget your eye glasses if you need them for soldering.

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