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Complete list of published works

Supplied by Thomas Henry, October 2017, with books added. Those in bold are not included in the article.

  • Case Histories: Procedures to Follow When Troubleshooting Effects, Device, Volume 1:4-79, pp. 13, 14
  • Modifying the EH Electric Mistress, Device, Volume 1:5-79, pp. 1-3, 8
  • Adding Series-Parallel to the EH Big Muff Pi Deluxe, Device, Volume 1:7-79, pp. 5-7
  • Modification Tips / New Lamps for Old, Device, Volume 1:8-79, pp. 3, 4
  • Build this Complementary Output LFO, Polyphony, September/October 1979, pp. 36, 37
  • DOD Analog Delay, Device, Volume 1:10-79, p. 1, 3-4
  • Electronic Music Circuit Design: Second Order Butterworth Filters, Device, Volume 1:10-79, pp. 11-13
  • DOD Phaser Review, Device, Volume 1:11-79, p. 4
  • Stalking the SAD-1024, Device. Volume 1:12-79, pp. 1, 7, 16
  • A Balanced Modulator Application of VCA Chips, Electronotes, Volume 12, Number 119, November 1980, p. 3-7
  • Two Hints on Using the CEM-3340 VCO IC, Electronotes, Volume 13, Number 121, January 1981, pp. 13-16
  • Making Rack Panels, Electronotes, Volume 13, Number 122, February 1981, pp. 5-9
  • A Function Generator with ‘Quadrature’ Triangle Outputs, Electronotes, Volume 13, Number 122, February 1981, pp. 13-20
  • Rhythm Generation: It’s About Time..., Polyphony, March/April 1981, pp. 22-25, 32
  • Tricks with the SN76477, part one, Polyphony, May/June 1981, pp. 10-12
  • Tricks with the SN76477, part two, Polyphony, July/August 1981, pp. 16, 17
  • More on the SN76477: The Super Controller, Polyphony, September/October 1981, pp. 28-32
  • VCO Deluxe, Polyphony, November/December 1981, pp. 28, 29, 31
  • Electronic-Music Generator Retriggers Waveforms, Electronics, November 30, 1981, p. 115
  • VCA’s: Think Simple, Polyphony, January/February 1982, pp. 16, 17, 26
  • Tri-Colored LED Indicates Voltage Peaks, Electronotes, Volume 14, Number 134, February 1982, pp. 17-19
  • ADSR The Easy Way, Polyphony, March/April 1982, pp. 22, 23, 30, 31
  • Conductive Foam Forms Reliable Pressure Sensor, Electronics, May 19, 1982, pp. 161, 163
  • Low-Key Digital Keyboard, Electronotes, Volume 14, Number 138, June 1982, pp. 2-10
  • The PAL Filter, Polyphony, May/August 1982, pp. 16, 17, 30
  • VIC-KEY, Compute!, Volume 4, Number 8, Issue 27, August 1982, pp. 164, 166
  • The Snare+ Drum Voice, Polyphony, September/October 1982, pp. 28-31
  • VIC Ringer, Compute!, Volume 4, Number 10, Issue 29, October 1982, pp. 198, 200
  • Machine Language Screen Utilities for the CBM-8032, Micro, Number 53, October 1982, pp. 11, 12
  • What Really Happens When You Type ‘NEW’, The Torpet, Number 15, November/December 1982, pp. 79, 80
  • Basic Line Delete for PET/CBM and VIC, Micro, Number 55, December 1982, pp. 47-51
  • Build the PGS Lowpass Voltage Controlled Filter, Common Mode, January 1983, Number 1, pp. 10-15
  • Low-Frequency VCO Gives Exponential Response, Electronics, January 13, 1983, pp. 168-169
  • Non-Kernal Routines, The Torpet, Number 17, February 1983, pp. 19-22
  • Patch-Over Scheme for a Small Synthesizer System, Polyphony, February 1983, pp. 26, 27, 46
  • Machine Language Disk Error Routine, Commodore, March 1983, pp. 66-68
  • Long Lines on a Commodore, The Midnite Paper, March/April 1983, Volume 5, Number 2, pp. 48, 49
  • My Favorite Transistor Circuits, Polyphony, April 1983, pp. 26-28
  • Music Synthesizer IC’s, Radio-Electronics, May 1983, pp. 65-68, 104
  • Commodore to ASCII for Printers, Compute!, June 1983, pp. 63, 64, 66, 68
  • A One Chip ADSR, Polyphony, June 1983, pp. 30-32
  • Double Rectification Refines Envelope Extractor, Electronics, July 28, 1983, p. 131
  • How to Use Transconductance Operational Amplifiers, Radio-Electronics, July 1983, pp. 55-58
  • VIC and 64 Escape Key, Compute!, August 1983, pp. 200, 202
  • Micro Drums, part one, Polyphony, August 1983, pp. 32-35
  • Papermate to WordPro 4+ File Converter, The Torpet, August 1983, pp. 56-58
  • Discover the Secret of VIC’s Inner Structure, Microcomputing, August 1983, pp. 62, 64-67
  • Machine Language Input Routines for Commodore Computers, Micro, September 1983, Number 64, pp. 88-91
  • VIC-20 Graphics Commands in FORTH, Commander, October 1983, pp. 42, 44, 46
  • Micro Drums, part two, Polyphony, October 1983, pp. 18-21
  • Polytest: the Hip Bass Drum, Polyphony, October 1983, p. 15
  • Modifying the EKx-40 VCO, Polyphony, December 1983, pp. 32-34
  • DISK-O-VIC, RUN, January 1984, pp. 102-104, 106, 109, 110-112, 114 117-118
  • Build a Quadrature Function Generator, Polyphony, February 1984, pp. 26, 27, 30
  • Review: User’s Handbook to the VIC-20, RUN, February 1984, pp. 146, 148
  • Commodore Assembler Problems and Surprises, Midnite Software Gazette, Issue 17, February/March 1984, p. 51
  • Master Wedge: A Disk Programmer’s Utility, Commander, March 1984, pp. 68-76, 78
  • Easy Firing ADSR, Polyphony, April 1984, pp. 14, 15, 18
  • Modify Your 8K Cartridge to Include ROMs, Commander, June 1984, pp. 48, 53-55, 95
  • Build Your Own Digital-to-Analog Converter, Keyboard, Volume 10, Number 6, Issue 98, June 1984, pp. 64-67
  • Build a Synthesizer Delay Line, Polyphony, June 1984, pp. 30-35
  • Meet the SN94281, Electronotes, Volume 14, Number 147-150, Special Issue B, pp. 1, 2, 12, 32-34
  • Build a Precision Controller Clock, Electronotes, May/June 1984, Special Issue E, pp. 11-17
  • The Hi-Hat and Percussive Voice, Polyphony, August 1984, pp. 16-21
  • Synthesizer Phase Shifter, Polyphony, October 1984, pp. 14-17
  • Modifying the VIC-20 3K RAM Pack for Use With EPROMs, The Transactor, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 64-66
  • Build an Electric Drum Pad, Polyphony, December 1984, pp. 20-23
  • Review of VIC-20 EXPOSED, RUN, March 1985, pp. 118, 120
  • Build a Voltage-Controlled State Variable Filter, Polyphony, April 1985, pp. 8-11, 13
  • Superseque: A Full Featured Analog Sequencer, Electronic Musician, June 1985, pp. 26-30, 46
  • Moving Memory with ROM for 64 and VIC-20, Compute!, July 1985, pp. 77, 78
  • Load & Run: Start Up Machine Language Programs Just Like BASIC!, The Transactor, July 1985, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 46-49
  • Do-It-Yourself Rack Enclosures, Electronic Musician, September 1985, pp. 39-41
  • Fun with UARTs, Electronic Musician, January 1986, pp. 42, 43, 45, 46
  • The RS-232 Drummer, Electronic Musician, February 1986, pp. 38-40, 42
  • Build a High Frequency VCO, Electronic Musician, March 1986, pp. 52-55
  • SONIC: Synthesizer-Organ Novel Interface Circuit, Electronic Musician, May 1986, pp. 52-55
  • Panel Fillers, Electronic Musician, June 1986, pp. 70, 71
  • The Commodore 64 RS-232 Interface, Electronic Musician, July 1986, pp. 66, 67, 69, 70
  • The Mini-Controller, Part 1, Electronic Musician, October 1986, pp. 66-69
  • The Mini-Controller, Part 2, Electronic Musician, March 1987, pp. 79-81
  • Complex Number Arithmetic for the Commodore 64, The Transactor, Volume 8, Issue 1, July 1987, pp. 36-39
  • Build a Bipolar Power Supply, Electronic Musician, November 1987, pp. 94-98
  • Build a Better Music Synthesizer, Tab Books, 1987, 167 pages, ISBN 0-8306-0255-0
  • LED Bar Graph Peak Detector, Electronic Musician, April 1988, pp. 80, 82-83
  • The Smooth Phaser, Electronic Musician, June 1988, pp. 78, 80-83
  • The One Chip MIDI Computer: Meet the 68705, Electronic Musician, April, 1989, pp. 72-75
  • MIDI-to-Trigger Converter, Electronic Musician, June 1989, pp. 58, 60, 62-70
  • The Connection: a 4-Voice MIDI-to-Analog Synthesizer Interface, Electronic Musician, July 1989, pp. 84, 86-90, 92-96, 98-101
  • 68705 Microcontroller: How to Build a Single-IC Microprocessor System, Radio-Electronics, September 1989, pp. 82-86
  • 68705 Microcontroller: Use the Versatile 68705 Microcontroller to Build a Programmable Alarm Clock, Radio-Electronics, October 1989, pp. 83, 86-89
  • Two-Chip Project: The ‘Noisebuster’ for Sequencer Metronomes, Electronic Musician, November 1989, pp. 68, 69
  • DP BASIC, Compute!’s Gazette, November 1989, pp. 44, 45, 48, 49, 86, 87
  • Build the Studio Amplifier for Guitar, Electronic Musician, December 1989, pp. 88, 90-96
  • How to Make Your Projects Look Great, Electronic Musician, July 1990, pp. 20-22, 25, 26
  • 68705 Microcontroller, Electronic Experimenter’s Handbook, January 1991, pp. 83-90, 112
  • Why Learn Star Names?”, Astronomy, October 1993, pp. 13, 14, 16.
  • Understanding and Using Multiplexed LED Displays, Nuts & Volts, May 1995, pp. 31-33
  • Build the ADV-Snare: An Analog Drum Voice for Percussive Musical Effects, (with Jack Orman), Nuts & Volts, July 1996, pp. 71-75
  • Build the ADV-Bass, (with Jack Orman), Nuts & Volts, November 1996, pp. 56-59
  • The Electronic Drum Cookbook, Lulu.com, 1996, 54 pages
  • A Do-It-Yourself Sound Blaster 16 to MIDI Interface, Nuts & Volts, April 1997, pp. 41-43
  • Build the MOD BOX, (with Jack Orman), Electronics Now, May 1997. pp. 45-49, 60
  • Add MIDI to Your Electronic Drums!, Nuts & Volts, October 1997, pp. 62-67
  • Build Your Own MIDI-to-Synthesizer Interface, Nuts & Volts, December 1997, pp. 52-56
  • Power Supplies for Electronic Music, Nuts & Volts, January 1998, pp. 7-11
  • Secrets of Making Attractive Rack Panels, Nuts & Volts, December 1998, pp. 72-75
  • Making Music with the NE570 Compander, Lulu.com, 1998, 26 pages
  • Audio Design with Op-Amps, Nuts & Volts, October 1999, pp. 29-33
  • Build a Tunable Noise Generator, Nuts & Volts, November 1999, pp. 25-27
  • Double Blind, The Linking Ring, February 2000, pp. 107-109
  • Zynchronicity, The Linking Ring, February 2003, pp. 116-118
  • Learning FORTH: The Elegant Language for Microcontrollers and Robotics, Nuts & Volts, July 2003, pp. 68-74
  • Clangora Percussion Synth, Nuts & Volts, November 2003, pp. 44-51
  • Making Music with the 566, Lulu.com, 2003, 31 pages
  • Making Music with the 3080 OTA, Lulu.com, 2003, 32 pages
  • One-Man Parade: Thinking about Mentalism, The Linking Ring, June 2005, pp. 91-112
  • The Chromatic Rhine Test, The Linking Ring, July 2005, pp. 101-105
  • Analog Music Synthesizers, Nuts & Volts, January 2006, pp. 57-63
  • Spreadsheets: The Forgotten Analog Design Tool, Nuts & Volts, October 2006, pp. 59-63
  • The VCO Chip Cookbook, Lulu.com, 2007, 124 pages
  • Streamline Your Home Studio with a Sound Card Switcher, Nuts & Volts, July 2012, pp. 42-45
  • Build a MIDI-to-Logic Controller the Easy Way!, Nuts & Volts, October 2012, pp. 32-38
  • Compiled Basic for the PIC on a Shoestring, Nuts & Volts, November 2012, pp. 40-44
  • An Analog Synthesizer for the 21st Century, Lulu.com, 2012, 36 pages
  • The Sirius Metronome for the Serious Musician, Nuts & Volts, January 2013, pp. 32-39
  • Build Your Own PIC Trainer from Surplus Parts, Nuts & Volts, February 2013, pp. 32-37
  • The DHT22 Humidity/Temperature Sensor Demystified, Nuts & Volts, March 2013, pp. 50-53
  • Getting Started with Matrix LED Displays, Nuts & Volts, May 2013, pp. 42-47
  • A Mathematics Engine for Microcontrollers, Nuts & Volts, August 2013, pp. 44-49
  • Detecting Sounds with the Sonic Sensor, Nuts & Volts, September 2013, pp. 34-38
  • All About Clocks for PICs, Nuts & Volts, January 2014, pp. 38-43
  • The PICAXE 18M2 Cookbook, Lulu.com, Jan 2014, 220 pages
  • An Easy Two-Wire LCD, Nuts & Volts, February 2014, pp. 30-36, code and PCB layout
  • All About PIC Pulse Width Modulation, Servo, May 2014, pp. 52-56
  • Understanding the PIC Capture Module, Servo, July 2014, pp. 50-55
  • Understanding the PIC Compare Module, Servo, August 2014, pp. 47
  • Programming the Arduino in Basic, Servo, September 2014, pp. 58-61
  • Hotrod Your Electric Guitar with Active Tone Controls, Nuts & Volts, October 2014, pp. 29-33
  • Add a Real Time Clock to Your PIC Projects, Nuts & Volts, April 2015, pp. 48-51
  • All About PIC Analog Comparators, Nuts & Volts, February 2015, pp. 50-55
  • Getting Started with Pascal on a PIC, Servo, March 2015, pp. 70, 74
  • How to Craft a PIC Barometer, Nuts & Volts, August 2015, pp. 48-52
  • A MIDI Controlled Analog Synthesizer on a Shoestring, Nuts & Volts, April 2016, pp. 32-36