The goal for Prynth is to combine the advantages of dedicated hardware with the flexibility of programming. The project offers freely accessible technologies to build such instruments.… Read More New Framework For DIY Synthesizers, Prynth
The developers of the PushPull – a sort of squeezebox for electroacoustic music – have collected all their materials documenting the creation of the instrument and made it available to the public for free.… Read More The PushPull Is An Open Source Squeezebox For Electroacoustic Music
Swiss startup BENTI let us know about Democracy – a new programmable open platform for audio processing. It is specifically designed for researchers, developers, and system engineers who study, design, implement and test real time audio processing prototyping systems.
Unlike single-purpose audio application, PdParty is meant to provide a platform for general purpose digital signal processing via Pure Data patches.… Read More PdParty An Open-Source iOS App For Running Pure Data Patches
Peter Kirn of Create Digital Music and engineer James Grahame have announced the Meeblip Triode – a ‘small, dirty & deep’ synth module that has been updated to be a better bass synthesizer.… Read More Meeblip Triode Synthesizer Is All About That Bass
Ableton Link support has developed into a ‘must-have’ feature for iOS music applications that sequence in the short time since it was introduced. By tempo syncing apps over a local network connection, the technology lets musicians forget the hassle of syncing up gear and focus on playing. Originally supported in Ableton Live and a number of iOS apps,… Read More Ableton Announces Link For Desktop Apps
Developer Samuele Cornell let us know about a new project that he’s developed, an open source DIN MIDI to Bluetooth MIDI adapter.… Read More Open Source DIN MIDI To Bluetooth MIDI Adapter
Ardour 5.0 – an open source digital audio workstation – is now available for Linux, OS X and Windows.… Read More Open Source Ardour DAW Updated To Version 5