8Bit Mixtape NEO Synthesizer An Open Lo-Fi Electronic Music Platform

The 8Bit Mixtape NEO is a lo-fi 8-bit synthesizer, based on the Arduino-compatible ATTINY85, featuring 2 Pots, 2 Buttons and 8 addressable RGB Neo-pixels.

The tiny synth can be updated with .wav files – so you can share and load ‘mixtapes’ that give the synth an entirely different personality. There are already mixtapes that turn the NEO into a drum machine, a pitch shifter, a algorithmic dance music synth and more.

Features:

  • ARDUINO-COMPATIBLE – The high-performance, low-power Microchip 8-bit AVR RISC-based microcontroller combines 8KB ISP flash memory, 512B EEPROM, 512-Byte SRAM, 6 general purpose I/O lines
  • TINY AUDIO BOOT – The key feature of the new 8Bit Mixtape is the easiness of uploading new codes using an audio communication protocol, means just playing a .wav sound file from your computer/smart phone (or walkman).
  • NEOPIXEL-LED – The key feature of the new 8Bit Mixtape is the easiness of uploading new codes using an audio communication protocol, means just playing a .wav sound file from your computer/smart phone (or walkman).

Pricing and Availability

The 8Bit Mixtape Neo is available as a DIY project, starting at 65 Euro.

6 thoughts on “8Bit Mixtape NEO Synthesizer An Open Lo-Fi Electronic Music Platform

    1. bitwiz is nutz.. pretty sure theres nothing like it out thrre …

      since you code shit in directly via text interface

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