Contact Mics / 04.21.19
 

Using a piezo-disc, hookup wire, and a 1/4" audio plug, attendees will learn how to solder a functioning contact mic which can be used to amplify acoustic instruments, pieces of tin, or anything that vibrates. We will go over basic wiring skills such as stripping, trimming, tinning, and soldering.

Each participant will be given the materials to make up to three contact mics and resources on how to make further use of them.  We can also pre-assemble one of the contact mics for you by adding it to your cart below.

Further workshops using these contact mics (building preamps, drum triggers, etc.) are planned in coming months.

4.21.2019

1pm-4pm

$30 - General

$25 - S1 Members

+ $8 - 1x pre-assembled and tested, plastic dipped contact mic

* We will be using plastic dip to reinforce/protect the contact mics and allow you to use it as a hydrophone! The plastic dip takes several hours to fully dry. Please note that if you would like to dip your mic at the workshop, you will need a way to safely transfer it home as it dries or arrange to pick it up it at a later date.

Location – S1, 7314-7320 NE Sandy Blvd
Session led by Taylor Harris and Matthew Rempes
Contact Mics / 04.21.19
 

Using a piezo-disc, hookup wire, and a 1/4" audio plug, attendees will learn how to solder a functioning contact mic which can be used to amplify acoustic instruments, pieces of tin, or anything that vibrates. We will go over basic wiring skills such as stripping, trimming, tinning, and soldering.

Each participant will be given the materials to make up to three contact mics and resources on how to make further use of them.  We can also pre-assemble one of the contact mics for you by adding it to your cart below.

Further workshops using these contact mics (building preamps, drum triggers, etc.) are planned in coming months.

4.21.2019

1pm-4pm

$30 - General

$25 - S1 Members

+ $8 - 1x pre-assembled and tested, plastic dipped contact mic

* We will be using plastic dip to reinforce/protect the contact mics and allow you to use it as a hydrophone! The plastic dip takes several hours to fully dry. Please note that if you would like to dip your mic at the workshop, you will need a way to safely transfer it home as it dries or arrange to pick it up it at a later date.

Location – S1, 7314-7320 NE Sandy Blvd
Session led by Taylor Harris and Matthew Rempes