Hachi is written in Java, and so can run on a Pi (tested), a Mac (tested), and many other platforms (untested), with or without keyboard and monitor.… Read More ‘Hachi’ Turns Novation Launchpad Into A Multifunction MIDI Sequencer
Zynthian is a open hardware platform, currently in development, that promises to be a ‘swiss army knife of synthesis’, equipped with multiple engines, filters and effects. Zynthian’s hardware specification is public and the software is open source, so the platform is designed to be fully hackable.
LoopPI is a DIY, standalone four-track audio looper made for the Raspberry PI computer.
The TronPi – A Raspberry Pi Mellotron Emulator was uploaded by: Marc Girard
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PIANA – Bristol Raspberry Jam presentation, October 15th 2012 was uploaded by: Pi Synth
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This is a quick demo, by Shawn Greenlee, of Pure Data running on the $25 Raspberry Pi computer. Pure Data is a computer programming language for creating music and multimedia. The Raspberry Pi is a new credit card sized computer platform, designed to be an inexpensive, minimal computer. Technical details from Greenlee below:
This video captures a sneak preview of Piana software synth, currently in development, running on a Raspberry Pi computer with a Teeny Tiny TV display. Is this the world’s smallest hardware synth? According to the developer, the entire system will be approx 3-4 cubic inches:
Peter Kirn of CDM posted today about this awesome Frankensynth DIY project, the Raspberry Pi MS Synth: What’s better than waiting for someone to make something, though? Making it yourself. Friend of the site Marc Resibois hooks up the KORG-manufactured MS-20 Legacy Collection USB Controller, a short-lived but fantastic hardware accessory for the company’s plug-ins,… Read More Raspberry Pi MS Synth Takes Over Korg MS20 Controller