This was our first full end-to-end test (minus the bead game control board). We have all heads wired up and microphoned with condenser mics. Using the specialized mixer that “phantom” powers each mic and a laptop for the brain.
We’re running through a car amp and diy car speaker boxes.
We’re putting the final touches together now. Lots of wiring and gluing and buttoning up. Very close to the point where we just walk up to it, turn it on, and go to town.
At this point we have the mics all wired into a custom mixer that sends power to the electret condenser mics while isolating the audio. Each of the 3 layers in the stack has 4 inputs and one output for a total of 12 lines. We’ve glued each solenoid head into place on the stand and have cut 8 tubes to tone (nearly tuned). The relay board and all other electronic components have been manufactured. 7 months into this project…
Please ignore the drilling — can’t you see that we’re filming here!
Alex Gorelik is a writer, entrepreneur and software innovator living in Denver, Colorado with his wife Wendi, daughter Isabella and son Eli. He enjoys collaborating to create experiential installations, virtual tools and interesting melodies. He enjoys good conversations.
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