The Hyve Touch Synthesizer was first announced in 2013 by Skot Weidmann. You can’t buy one just yet, but you can build your own instead!
Want to build one of these? Are you in Illinois?
Skot Weidmann designed the Hyve Synthesizer to be a beautiful, build-it-yourself musical instrument. In Skot’s words “this synth is a fun, expressive device that responds to subtle movements of your fingers”.
On Saturday, September 24th you can make one of your own at Lost Arts. Join Skot for a workshop where you’ll tinker, tune, and take home a handmade synthesizer.
FYI: no experience is necessary for this event. Guests should bring headphones. All other equipment will be provided.
Tickets Space is extremely limited, so sign up here.
Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM (CDT) Lost Arts – 1001 N. North Branch Street, Chicago, IL 60642, United States
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