This DIY Synth Uses A Hacked IKEA Flashlight
In this video from Xoán-Xil López, we get a demonstration of the Synthphonia, a DIY synthesizer that uses a hacked IKEA flashlight to create some incredible new sounds.
From information provided in the video’s description:
Sound test of different patches created with this DIY electronic instruments inspired by Sinfonia, a rectangula shape Hurdy gurdy. It uses a dynamo (hacked Ljusa flashlight by Ikea) , multiple ribbons, pots and one 3 axis accelerometer and it is built using the sound board Axoloti. It doesn´t use computer to generate sound.