Welcome to the Synth DIY wiki
Synthesizer do it yourself, Synth DIY or SDIY. This is a community wiki for learning and sharing knowledge about designing, making, modifying or repairing electronic musical instruments and related equipment. The emphasis is on audio electronics and the technology of electronic music.
The SDIY wiki is a collaborative endeavour and requires your input. Use this wiki to collate your information about synth DIY and related crafts. Create a login. Editing is not difficult, See the quick start tutorial at Help:Editing. N.B. The spam filter will block you if your first edit includes an external link. Just in case of server errors, to not lose your work do Ctrl-A Ctrl-C in the edit box before saving changes.
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.
Use this link to email the SDIY wiki administrator.
|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 · SDIY books · Magazines · Videos · Online resources|
|Meta||Category:Contents · All pages · Wanted pages · Wanted files · Pages needing attention · Statistics · WikiApiary page|