The methods of digital instrument building and the ways these enable creative expression are interests of mine. In 2003 with assistance of a grant from the Australia Council for the Arts and the efforts of some colleagues, Paul Doornbusch and Peter McIlwain in particular, I established a support site for digital instrument building, based on the jMusic library. The site contains tutorials that cover topics including music software design, audio synthesis, digital signal processing, compositional systems, and computer programming concepts. Tutorials draw upon the design and pedagogical skills of digital instrument makers from Australian Universities, with advice from experienced music software developers. The site is no longer live but is archived here and at the time was graciously hosted by the Australasian Computer Music Association for many years. An image of the home page is shown below showing the categories of tutorials.