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Basic Electronics: Build a Passive Mixer
Workshop w/ Ernie Dulanowsky
Sat. Nov. 4th, 1 – 4pm
Upstairs at PAVED Arts/Aka artist-run event space

Build your very own passive, 4-channel mixer with 1/4” inputs and output. This mixer can be used on its own to combine signals to feed to an amp or PA, or to another mixer, if you need extra inputs. With some adapters, sources with 1/8” inputs (such as Korg Volca synths) can be used, as well. This mixer can even be used as an external mixer in a modular synth setup to mix audio or control voltages. Participants get to keep what they make!

Members: $12/Cover supply costs
Non-members: $50/Price of a membership (at time of registration)
To Register: Contact Lenore at or 306-652-5502 ext. 3

About the artist:
Ernie Dulanowsky is also know as Pulsewidth, an electronic sound composer and performer using non-keyboard electronics to create ambient drone and noise pieces. His work is informed by the sounds found at the intersection of office building ambience and broken media transmissions.

Some of his compositions can be found at:

About Memberships:
Did you know? PAVED member perks include free work-shops plus artist-priced access to renting equipment, video editing suite, digital photo suite, audio suite, darkroom, event space rentals, and more!

Not a member? Buy your membership at the same time as registration, and this workshop (and many others) are free!

To buy/renew your membership, please contact Lenore at or 306-652-5502 ext. 3