http://www.surf.to/stompbox/ http://www.muzique.com/ http://www.geofex.com/ All have very good information, faqs & tutorials on DIY effects boxes. Lorren At 03:25 PM 4/11/00 -0400, you wrote: >Try the DIY archive links page: >http://aupe.phys.andrews.edu/diy_archive/links.html > >Literally hundreds of devices and schematics. > >Lots of great projects and clones of various pedals. >Also, take a look at Craig Anderton's Electronics >Projects books. You can get plans, parts and the >books at PAIA Electronics: >http://www.paia.com/ > >- Larry T > >----- Original Message ----- >From: <Xy2k@aol.com> >To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2000 3:10 PM >Subject: Detailed info on creating analog effects for a beginner??? >Also,hello from NJ. > > > > Hello all, > > My names Chris and I'm new to this list. I am an aspiring >inventor/artist > > from New Jersey with a desire to make my own effects units. If anyone >can > > tell me where the best place is to start, it'd be much appreciated. >Also, >I > > want to relocate to San Diego...anybody reside out that way? > > > > Ciao, > > Chris Garrett > > Lorren Stafford Richard For Cerebellum/A Most Happy Sound http://www.mp3.com/r4c http://www.winternet.com/~r4c http://www.futureperfect.org/art/happy.html "We ask ourselves whether truly this is the beginning of a new world or whether perhaps the world...is about to perish. There are people who earnestly and seriously fear this, where music becomes the slave of the machine..."