Indy 8 – Powered 2.1 system subwoofer

A self-powered 2.1 system contained in a compact 8” subwoofer enclosure.  With the addition of a signal source and a pair of small satellites a fully independent full range system can be setup.   Design Goals For the subwoofer,… Read More

ISO El-Cheapo

An inexpensive Isobaric loaded subwoofer when the most bass is required for the smallest amount of money in a small enclosure.  This was an upgrade for an older cabinet that had used Pyle 10” woofers.  The old woofers… Read More

DIY Bass Amp PPA100

A Portable Practice Amplifier for bass guitar, designed to have a far more accurate frequency response than the typical commercial offerings.  This design goal makes it suitable for a mono music blaster, a keyboard amplifier, or whatever needs… Read More

Advanced Speaker Design Simulation

Before you start making sawdust in the shop, there are a whole host of tools available to the DIY speaker enthusiast that can help you estimate and design your speaker on your computer.  For engineering nerds like myself,… Read More

Some more Wogg music in action

Here’s another basement funk tune produced with a video.  This tune was created on Father’s day 2016, and produced in a single afternoon.  The camera was rolling as I tracked, and it took me a while longer to… Read More

New CD dropped – Acceptably Sloppy

After 10 years of creating and collecting basement funk tunes, I’ve thinned out the herd and gathered 15 tracks that were deemed acceptable.  The tunes range from kicking funk, straight rock, acoustic jams, to mellow out semi electronica…. Read More

Wogg in action

I had the crazy idea of taking video of a basement creation and editing it together. This jam was started with some old Acid rock loops for percussion, then written and arranged on bass with the drums added… Read More

Another little Funky Jam

After deciding there weren’t enough upright bass tunes on my next collection, I gave birth to this little groove and dubbed it Phat Groove.  Everything is cooler with a PH.

The Art of Do It Yourself Speaker Design

Even before I was a bass player, I’ve been obsessed with the bottom couple octaves of the audible spectrum. At some point, I decided that subwoofers were expensive and I should design and build my own. With a… Read More

What is Gain Staging?

The term Gain Staging refers to setting the levels between stages of an audio system.  The real root of the term lies before digital recording and the ubiquitous computer based Digital Audio Workstation, but the concept is still… Read More