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Resources for DIY Synth Makers

All of my electronics knowledge is self-taught from books, online resources, e-learning, and experimentation with kits and DIY designs. The purpose of this page is to document some of the valuable resources I've stumbled across over the past few years during my explorations into DIY circuit design.

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Eurorack Power Breakout Board

I do a lot of prototyping of Eurorack synthesizer modules, and frequently hook my breadboards up to my rig for testing work-in-progress designs with my other modules. Initially, I simply stuck some jumper wires in the end of a IDC cable and ran them to the bus bars on my breadboard, but after getting the wires crossed and starting a small fire, I decided I needed something a bit safer.

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Resources for Building Static Websites

Here are some approaches I use to produce the super simple static HTML website you are currently viewing.

There's a plethora of robust platforms available for generating static websites and blogs using fancy templates. If your project requires regularly posting new content, i.e. blogging, I'd recommend checking something like Hugo out.

Personally, I just like a good Markdown editor and a simple PHP script to generate my static content. My infrequent posts don't need features like tagging, summaries, and pagination, so tools made for that purpose just get in my way.

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