Austin Community Colledge 

John-Mike is currently instructing courses on modular synthesis, Ableton Live, and audio electronics as well as one-on-one synthesis lessons in the Music Business, Technology, and Performance department. 




John-Mike will be teaching a 7 week course starting April 2nd 2020 now tentatively scheduled to start June 3rd on getting started coding with Arduino and making digital synthesizers. More info and sing-up.


Educational Devices and Past Workshops

Rad-Fi Delay 1.5 – Update on my original patchable glitch delay made from readily available parts.

Angers, France Austin Week – Patchable Analog+digital synth and more.

Dadageek offers project-focused classes in tech/art. There I taught classes on getting into Arduino as an artistic tool, using it to create synthesizers and more.

Switched On intro to synthesis workshops series

The Rad Fi System – Arduino based delay and synthesizer in a flexible breadboard platform with extensive guides on getting started with analog and Arduino circuits

ACC Batlab kit – Analog breadboard kit designed for a residency at Austin Community College

Noise1 – Micro breadboard photo-theremin designed for young makers

Handmade Music Austin – Workshop series started by Dr. Bleep and other Austin noise manufacturers. 


All Bleep Labs devices are open source. See the individual devices pages or our github for more info.