Category:Atari Punk Console
- Main Wikipedia article: Atari Punk Console
- Forrest M. Mims III (1984). Forrest M. Mims III: Atari Punk Console. Jameco Electronics. Retrieved on 13 September 2014. "The Atari Punk Console has become the popular name for a simple circuit that I first described as a "Sound Synthesizer" in Engineer's Notebook: Integrated Circuit Applications (1980) and then a "Stepped Tone Generator" in Engineer's Mini-Notebook: 555 Circuits (1984)."
"The circuit created a sequence of tones whose frequencies vary in distinct steps as a potentiometer was adjusted. Some in the electronic music community began experimenting with the circuit, and it is eventually labeled the Atari Punk Console by Kaustic Machines. ..."
- Forrest M. Mims III (1980) Engineer's Notebook: Integrated Circuit Applications, Radio Shack: “Sound Synthesizer”
- Forrest M. Mims III (1984). Engineer's Mini-Notebook - 555 Timer IC Circuits (PDF). Radio Shack. Archived from the original on 22 August 2013. Retrieved on 13 September 2014. "Stepped-Tone Generator - This circuit produces sounds resembling plicked violin string to drum as R1 and R3 are adjusted. Frequency of stepped output decreases in progressively smaller increments as R3 is reduced in value. Graph shown here is typical for values shown. OK to change C1, C2 and R1."
Media in category "Atari Punk Console"
The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total.
- APC with 2 555 (pin out) and bridge added.png 1,022 × 486; 36 KB
- Boxes Noises.jpg 1,000 × 667; 132 KB
- Heartari Punk Console (2012-02-18 12.02.05 by Scott Young).jpg 1,536 × 2,048; 604 KB
- Photo-Atari-Punk-Console-kit.jpg 1,024 × 681; 77 KB
- Two Atari Punks and a Cacophonator with CDS Cells (2011-10-08 by Kevin B 3).jpg 3,264 × 2,448; 1.13 MB