He’s a Norwegian musician and electronics enthusiast.
And he is definitely something out of the ordinary (in a good sense).
Just watch a few seconds of his performance and you’ll understand that he’s doing things differently:
He makes a lot of homemade circuits for creating music.
And he also does workshops where he teaches this.
Since we both love electronics and doing workshops, we decided to meet up and play with electronics together next week.
Make music with simple electronic circuits.
Maybe we decide to create some crazy/interesting/out-of-the normal workshop together…
I am sure the experience will result in some videos, articles, emails or tutorials.
But no matter what:
I know it will be a fun day.
Who could you have an electronics playdate with? A colleague? A son or daughter? Grandson/daughter?
You don’t need a lot.
For example a soldering kit.
Or a circuit diagram and the components to build it.
Invite the chosen one and have some fun!
Don’t have anything to build? I’ve written an eBook with nine circuit-projects that can be done even by complete beginners. It comes with a component kit with all the components you need.
Learn more about 9 Circuits here:
Keep On Soldering!
Oyvind @ build-electronic-circuits.com