I set out to create a performance device that combined my taste in visual and aural aesthetics. The result is twelve screaming oscillators and a sequencer display pattern that can be used as a live projection that is in tandem with the sounds themselves. The instrument is based upon circuits from John Richard's Dirty Electronics and GetLoFi, and keeps true to the spirit of both projects in that it is extremely dirty and lo-fi. All of the touch circuits for feedback are routed to the steel corners of the enclosure. An external clock sync can be utilized. All controls including oscillator pitch, feedback, filter, wave shape, and etc. have been mounted in a way that allow the device to be used intuitively in a live performance environment. It was important to me that the visuals be a direct result of the sound, and the erratic array of alarm clock style displays linked to the sequencer and feedback circuits was an excellent solution. The patterns, along with two separate strobe effects, are picked up via a camera, and are sent via hdmi to a projector. In effect, what you see behind me is directly correlated with the sounds being produced at any given moment.