Organizers have posted information on 62 new hacks coming out of Music Hack Day London 2011, held this weekend at Barbican Center, London. For a taste of the sort of things coming out of the event – check out the Helimin – a radio-controlled helicopter theremin: See a complete list of the music hacks below.
Interaction designer Marek Bereza created the Speakatron – a bizarre mouth-controlled synthesizer – for Music Hack Day London, held Sept 4-5th (hey – that’s two music hack days!). Speakatron uses your webcam to identify when your mouth is open and plays a sound if it is. It uses the shape of your mouth and its… Read More Mouth-Controlled Synthesizer, The Speaktron, Crowned Best Hack Of The Day
Around the World – the swing version by plamere Free Music Software: Tristan Jehan came up with an interesting python hack for the San Francisco Music Hack Day that makes anything swing. Swinger.py, a free download, is a python app that does one thing – make your music swing. Above – Swinger teaches Daft Punk… Read More New App Teaches Daft Punk, Metallica How To Swing