What inspired you to do this?
Circumstances. Poverty compels the curious ear to develop economical workarounds. But there are intriguing effects in post-electronic devices - the infinite world of the real offers complex and unpremeditated flourishes.
How long did it take to make it?
It's an ongoing practice.
How long have you been doing things like this?
Since childhood - plucking chopsticks clamped to desks to emulate electronic tones, etc.
How much did this cost to do?
Almost nothing, but I hope to get money one day.
Have you done other things like this?
Yes - everything orbits around this.
What did you wish you knew before you started this?
The limits of the human endurance.
Are there plans available to make this? Do you sell this?
Yes - workshops are given, syllabus notes are provided. Also the Oscillatorial Binnage CD 'Agitations: Post-Electronic Sound' contains a short monograph.
My book is scheduled for publication late 2021: 'Post-Electronics: The Design and Philosophy of Acoustic Modular Synthesisers, Sound Engines, Mechanical Sequencers and Tone Modifiers'.
Bins, second-hand bookshops, libraries and sundry shelters.