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Welcome to the SDIY wiki

SDIY stands for Synthesizer do it yourself. This is a budding wiki for learning and sharing knowledge about making, modifying, or repairing electronic musical instruments and related equipment. The emphasis is on the electronics of audio and music technology.

The SDIY wiki is a collaborative endeavour and requires your inputcreate a login. Editing is not difficult – see the quick start tutorial at Help:Editing.

Moog 904A low pass filter clone by Jean-Pierre Desrochers.

Unfortunately on Wikipedia rather than improve or help to fix there are admins who are quick to delete any article that does not meet some vision of quality. It is very easy to be critical and delete the work of others. On this wiki articles can be respected because the authors are acknowledged experts in the SDIY community and their contributing original content is welcomed.

In December 2017 the wiki was moved to Miraheze hosting and user IDs could not be taken across. If you had a login on this wiki before then you will need to re-register.

To email the SDIY wiki administrator: admin at

Table of contents
Background information Electronic musical instruments · Audio theory · Music theory · Interfaces · Synthesizer do it yourself
Electronic music gear Synthesizer · Sequencer · Drum machine · Sampler · Effects · Ancillary equipment · Repairing · Modifying · Performance
SDIY electronics Electronics · Tools and test equipment · Workshop techniques · Electronic components · Microcontrollers · DSP · Troubleshooting
Bibliography Schematics and manuals · Books · Magazines · Videos · Online resources
Meta Category:Contents · All pages · Wanted pages · Wanted files · Pages needing attention · Statistics · WikiApiary page