This simple diy analog synth is part of an upcoming series of little projects, that can be used to learn about basic electronics, while having fun with the result.
As the synth has a chip socket, you will be able to change the pitch range of the sound through different capacitors. Just change it on the fly, or keep it and build several of these synths.
You can use sound effect software like http://rakarrack.sourceforge.net/. Check out the video!
There will be build-up tutorials in the future. Have fun!
Here you need to take of a bigger piece of the wires isolation, so you can then use it to get to the jack sockets ground pin on the other side. Check the second image
Now use the legs of the basic soldered components, and connect it like shown in the image
FINISHED! OFF YOU GO, AND HAVE FUN WITH YOUR LITTLE SYNTH!!!
Remember. If you change the capacitor size, you will have different pitch ranges.