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Music at Make Tokyo Meeting #mtm07

Posted on Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 in conferences, Maker Faire by Ian

Music and instrument hacks at Make Tokyo Meeting 07. Check below for a nixie-based spectrum analyzer, laser guitars, and more.

Spectrum analyzer showing sound levels on Nixie bar graph tubes.

Spectrum analyzer showing sound levels by blowing Styrofoam balls.

Tayken rocks out on a DIY guitar.

Laser guitar.

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One Response to “Music at Make Tokyo Meeting #mtm07”

  1. Sjaak says:

    I (and many others!!) Really liked the nixie stuff! They have such a nice glow, especially when it is winter :)

    Too bad they couldn’t be found in akihabara :(

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