Hi, I’m David.
I design electronic circuits and PCBs, mostly in the field of Analog Synthesis, and I (try to) document my work and my projects on this website.


If you have any question, you can contact me at

I’m also on Discord and Instagram.

And of course, you can leave a comment at the bottom of any page.

If you like my work, you can buy me a coffee:

Thank you!


I care about the success of your project: You can contact me by email and chat (Discord). I’ll try to answer your questions regarding the BOM and the build process, within the limits of my knowledge and availability.
Your feedback also helps me improve my designs.

I do not use your email nor your personal information for any purpose other than to provide support, updates and important information.

The PCBs and Kits are to be assembled by the end-user. The final result will consequently be the sole responsibility of the end-user.
The PCB will only function if the user is capable of proper assembly, with the appropriate techniques, tools and components.

It is therefore essential:

  • to have a minimum understanding of the elementary electronic principles
  • to be able to read electronic schematics and technical documentations
  • to be in possession of all the required tools for soldering, assembling etc.
  • and to have sufficient experience in the process of selecting and soldering electronic components.

DIY implies spending a lot of time troubleshooting and searching in documentations, datasheets etc.
Tools and techniques for troubleshooting, debugging and repairing your circuits are therefore recommended.

Also, I cannot be held for responsible in case of injuries or any damage that could result from the build or the use of the products and the schematics.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi David , a while ago i did buy a few of your eurorack pcb’s and was wondering whether you also are selling matching panels or blank panels that would work on these pcb’s ? and could you please put up the ebay offer again ?

  2. Hi David. Any WSG pcbs for sale, here or anywhere? I have a throughhole version, but I’d love to make up a eurorack version. Thanks in advance.

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