Agnew Analog shared this video demo of the Agnew Analog Reference Instrument Type 8001, a new instrument that’s like a chemistry set for strange sounds.
The instrument was “Handcrafted for a harsh noise artist from Slovenia.”
Here’s what they have to say about it:
The Agnew Analog Reference Instrument Type 8001 is a unique electrochemical synthesizer, generating strange sounds through chemical reactions occurring in the built in reactor cell.
The reactions occur by passing an electrical current through various electrolyte solutions.
These can range from simple household items, such as vinegar, lemon juice, salt water, dry martini (stirred, not shaken) and various fizzy drinks, to more complex solutions to satisfy the investigative chemical engineer in search of danger and excitement.
The reactor cell acts as a miniature galvanic bath, with a selection of different electrode materials offering a wide range of sounds.
See the Agnew Analog site for more details.