BICHA is an analog sound circuit.
Sound Circuit BICHA is an analog sound circuit with four oscillators. One of them is audible and modulated by the other three, either by light (LED) or by physical contact in the wings. It also has a buzzer to listen to it without amplification, but also with audio output, and SYNC/CV input/output to synchronize/control it with other devices (Pocket Operator, Volca, modular synths, voltage sequencers, DIY circuits, etc...)

j.crowe : Artist, Teacher, Developer
The maker j.crowe
I´m an audiovisual artist, teacher and electronic developer based in Buenos Aires. Since 2008 I run Laboratorio de Juguete (aka toylab), a divulgation space specialized in electronics and its creative, educational and artistic applications. I´m professor in the Master in Technology and Aesthetics of Electronic Arts (UNTREF), the Specialization in Sound Art (UNTREF) and in the Specialization in Theater of Objects, Interactivity and New Media (UNA). Since 2009 I´ve travelled teaching, playing and showing my electronic work through more than 30 cities across Latin America, Europe & UK

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How you can help me:
I´m looking for a partner who would build and sell bichas in the northern hemisphere and share profits. Shipping from Argentina is way too expensive (and I don´t have many time to do it)