ElectroTechnique shared this intro video for the TSynth, a low-cost DIY desktop synthesizer, based on the PJRC Teensy 4.1 micro-controller board.… Read More ElectroTechnique TSynth An $99 Open Hardware Synthesizer
Zynthian Kit v4 keeps all the good things from the v3, but integrates the Raspberry Pi 4, which substantially increases the Zynthian’s processing power.… Read More Zynthian Raspberry Pi Synthesizer Update Adds More Power, More Controls
The Shrolca synthesizer is a new design that’s based on the Mutable Instruments Shruthi synthesizer, but in a format closer to that of the Korg Volca line. … Read More Open Source Shrolca Synth The Love Child Of A Korg Volca & A Mutable Instruments Shruthi
The creators of Bela, an open-source embedded hardware platform for creating high-performance audio and interactive projects, have launched Bela Mini, a smaller, streamlined version.… Read More Bela Mini, An Open Hardware Platform For Audio, Now Available
Mixerblocks is a new DIY mixer, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License…… Read More Finegear Intros Mixerblocks DIY Modular Mixer
Developer Jose Gonzalez has introduced the miniMO, a new 8-bit modular synthesizer that’s both Open Source & Open Hardware.… Read More The miniMO Is An 8-bit, Open Source Modular Synthesizer
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
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.