Making A DIY "IKEA Hack" Plate Reverb With Only $100 In Parts
In this video from Youtuber LeoMakes, we learn how to make a DIY plate reverb using parts from IKEA that sum to less than $100. If you simply wish to just hear how it sounds, you can skip to 4:25.
From information he provides in the video’s description:
NOTE: This is a super-hacky prototype I made quickly as a proof-of-concept. It sounds nice, but there are several things that I will improve as time goes on, so keep an eye out for that (I’ll post updates here).
Here are the parts I used. In case anyone is wondering, I am not endorsed or compensated by IKEA (or anyone else).
He also lists each of the parts he uses in the video:
- IKEA Bror Legs ($16)
- IKEA Bror Shelves
- A transducer
- Two piezo pickups
If you enjoyed this video and are interested in more DIY music hacks, you can visit his Youtube channel for more inspiring videos.