Agnew Analog normally focuses on the repair and use of vintage record-cutting lathes. But today, they have a “synthesizer” of a kind, using a wet electro-chemical cell to generate a pitch. He even wrote a “nerd humor” application note.
Thank/blame Grant Richter for finding this one….
We've just converted an FDA approved Kegal exercise device into a MIDI instrument. The first prototype of Vagina Chorus by Althea Kanae RosÃ©, proudly hacked by Don Undeen of Georgetown Maker Hub, with sound by yours truly #vChorus #ableton #cycling74 pic.twitter.com/d0WFp0Uvzq
— Yoko K Sen (@yokoksen) October 27, 2019
Thank/blame Brian Comnes for this one…