[sdiy] My Guitar Amplification and Effects video lectures
Lanterman, Aaron D
lanterma at ece.gatech.edu
Thu Dec 23 04:34:47 CET 2021
I teach something music-related every spring. In the semesters that I’m not running my “Analog Circuits for Music Synthesis” class, I run my “Guitar Amplification and Effects” class, which I’m running this Spring
I was really really really hoping we would be done with Covid-19 by now, but it looks like it’s not done with us, so I’ll one again be recording some lecture materials and putting them on YouTube. I’m working on getting some material up ahead of time. Here are the first two lectures on triodes:
I try to avoid saying annoying things like “please like and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified when new videos are posted” in my videos since I don’t like wasting people’s time. That said… please like and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified when new videos are posted (assuming, of course, that you are into that sort of thing).
In the course I also cover the differential equations of vibrating strings, a bit of emag regarding pickups, pentodes, tone stacks, and some pedal effects circuits like distortion/overdrive, phasers, flangers, and wah wah pedals.
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