I am Olav Peuscher

I create

About me

A brief introduction

I am Olav Peuscher. I am a creator. I love to create both physical as digital products. Within Label305, the company I founded together with Joris Blaak, Xander Peuscher and Thijs Scheepers, we create digital products for clients. Translating raw ideas to elegant digital products is what keeps me busy and challenges me.

Besides creating digital products, I love to work on physical products and electronics. As a hobby, I build HiFi equipment for own purposes, work on bikes, musical instruments, and create several other artifacts.

Makin music has always been a passion for me. After playing in the cover band Tune Inn, I started with Daan Wirtz, the band has been evolved into the recording collective Bricks for breakfast. Within this collective, I am one of the producers and, not least, I play the keys.

Personal projects

A selection of personal work over the years.

DIY 2-way Seas speakers

Self made floor-standing loudspeakers based on SEAS drivers, Mundorf and ClaityCap caps and Jantzen coils.

These speakers produce a transparent but warm sound in a stylish designed case with oak wooden front. The speakers contain 5kg sand each, and inside there are several compartments for damping, reflexion and bracing purposes.

Oil painting

Painting made with oil-paint, decorated by a simple but stylish self made oak wooden frame. There is not a real story behind the painting, except the orange colour being inspired by sunset since I love the view of sunset. The colours were blended making use of a trowel, adding some warmth to my living room.

Minimalistic analoque amplifiers

Self made pre-amplifier with matching mono amplifier. This pre-amplifier was designed to switch channels and control the front-, center- and subwoofer speakers seperately with one master volume.

The mono amplifier is based on the LM3886 chip, has a nice 125W toroidal transformer and produces a transparent sound for the center speaker.

Fast city bike

When my second hand Koga Miyata bike was looking bad after 12 years of use, I upgraded my old bike with new parts, nice wheels and a fresh paintjob.

All unneeded mounting points were removed, creating a simple and minimalistic frame.

Sleek center speaker

Very sleek center speaker designed for midtones, matching my floorstanding speakers. This small speaker really looks beautyful under the tv, without demanding too much attention.

The speaker was made of two plates mdf and a oak wooden front. All speakers are Peerless drivers.

ExpandableHiFi amplifier

Expandable LM3886 based HiFi amplifier. The amplifier can be extended to 3 LM3886 ic's parallel per channel. The amlifier was awarded second place during the amplifier of the year 2010 at forum.zelfbouwaudio.nl.

3-channel gainclone amplifier

My first DIY amplifier. It is based on three LM3886 chips, a 500w toroidal transformer and a nicely build power supply. The amplifier features three channels of 65 watt each. I used it as one amplifier for powering the front- and center speakers.

Bolts and nuts Bike

As a present for a friend's graduation, I welded this bike together from nuts and bolts. Jelle Kuster did the design and I practced my welding skills.

Yamaha SK20 re-design

Being in search for a cool organ, I found a Yamaha SK20 that could have some love and care. I build a new wooden case from scratch, repaired broken knobs an circuits and it looked better than ever before. The sound was not what I was looking for in the end, so I sold this synth.

Scaffolding tube lights with filament lights

Large light for the dining table I made for my company Label305. It is made of scaffolding tube and vintage filament bulbs. The light is really cosy and it is a nice eye catcher when entering the office.


Lets keep in touch

You can always contact me at olav@label305.com. But you can also have a look at the digital products we create within Label305. Curious about the music I create with Bricksforbreakfast? Have a look at bricksforbreakfast's page.