The Synth DIY Wiki is a budding wiki (since November 2012) for learning and sharing knowledge about making, modifying, or repairing electronic musical instruments and related equipment yourself. It is a collaborative endeavour and requires your input.
The goal of the Synth DIY Wiki is to create an open and accessible, compendium of all the SDIY knowledge out there.
If you see information here that you don't want to be world-readable (perhaps because it is incorrect), please fix it.
Although currently owned privately, this may change if a user-community forms and a viable alternative form of ownership develops.
To discuss anything relevant to do with the wiki itself, start a new topic at the community portal.
What can I contribute to this wiki?
As long as it isn't vandalism or spam anyone can contribute to this wiki. You can contribute whatever interests you, and is relevant. With collaboration the wiki will develop in whatever directions are of interest to its community. You can create answers to your own questions or contribute your know-how and experience. You can offer ideas and suggestions for improvements (via a page's Talk tab). You can correct (even if it's only to improve readability) and expand current articles or add new articles. Especially the wiki needs to illustrate articles with media, such as images and audio files.
If you're not sure how to edit a wiki, see Help:Editing, for a quick start guide.
Contributors to the Synth DIY Wiki are not asked to surrender their copyright to the material they contribute. Instead, they are required to co-license their contributions under the copyleft license Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (CC-BY-SA). This licenses allow reuse and modification, but reserves the right to attribution.