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Old Jan 2nd 2017, 09:59 PM   #1
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Hi looking for advice on learning resources.

Hey guys, my name is michael. I am a second semester physics student persuing a career in electronics. I am very passionate about building analog synthesizers and am HUNGRY to learn everything i possibly can to actualize my dreams as a electronic instrument designer.

I have a little less then two weeks until my first day back at school and am trying my best to complete the first homework assignment for my class also learning electrical engineering and circuitry.

Right now my resources for learning circuits is sparkfun.com kahn academy and muffwigglers.com

Any more learning resources to help me get a grip on reading and diagnosing circuits would help tremendously. Thank you so much.
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Old Jan 3rd 2017, 08:54 AM   #2
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Hi Mike...

Check out "Physical Computing" on google. The idea is to build interfaces so computers can receive physical, real-time data.

Look through all the entries. There is a beginner's level book (I know it's there but not where).

Bye, J Pohl
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