[sdiy] Listening and recording electromagnetic fields

Oren Leavitt obl64 at ix.netcom.com
Wed Jul 8 18:03:59 CEST 2015


You can do similar with an old AM transistor radio.
Tune it off of a station and snoop away. Sweep over the top 
octave/divider boards of organs/synthesizers, the patch cord jungle of a 
modular synth, listen to switching power supplies as the load varies 
from minimum to maximum,  etc...etc...

- Oren

On 7/8/2015 2:37 AM, Jean Bender wrote:
> Yes, exactly ! This instrument seems to be really cool, and i'd like
> to know how it works, i haven't found so much schematics /
> acknowledgement about this kind of stuff !
> thanks !
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> 2015-07-07 13:56 GMT+02:00 Michael Zacherl <sdiy-mz01 at blauwurf.info>:
>> something like that?
>> https://zvukolom.org/instruments/elektrosluch-2/
>> m.
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>> On 7.Jul 2015, at 7:24 , Jean Bender <lofideadbeat at gmail.com> wrote:
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>>> Hello !
>>> Hope your summer isn't too hot as here in france..
>>> Well, as i won't take hollidays, i have some time to learn and build
>>> some electronic devices.. I'm actually looking for building myself
>>> some electromagnetic fields recorder/listener.
>>> I've already work and search around with very lofi 386 amp and
>>> handmade coils, but i'd like to look after some better instruments.
>>> WOuld somebody have some schematics or tricks to do that ? Are there
>>> specific kind of components i should use ?
>>
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>> http://mz.klingt.org
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