20 Aug in SynthsScout Synth is 3D printed, Arduino compatible, open-source and full of square waves as a cool DIY project or completely assembled synth of good fun times.
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06 May 2020 in Synths8knobs is a beautifully simple Arduino based drone synth for atmospheric soundscapes that'll teach you how to solder, code and doubles as a MIDI controller for only a few quid.
24 Jan 2020 in GuitarMOD Devices is teasing a new multi-effects unit called Dwarf. If the bold claims are justified, then this box could shake up a market that includes big players like Line 6...
19 Jan 2020 in SynthsElectrosmith's Daisy is a development platform for audio applications. It's like an Arduino but designed for audio use. You can run it on a breadboard or in their Euro, pedal and synth test platforms.
13 Dec 2019 in SynthsEver fancied a go at making a little synth? Or perhaps you need a little synth and wonder if there's something good and cheap out there? Then look no further than the Little Synth DIY kit!
10 Sep 2018 in SynthsDU-INO is a hackable Eurorack Arduino shield that can be anything you want it to be. Download programs or write your own it's fully open source and fully programmable. On Kickstarter from Detroit Underground.
16 Aug 2018 in StudioA remarkable open source MIDI project that creates the feel of strumming a guitar. Feed chords from a keyboard into StrumPad and then strum away with your fingers to output a very expressive strummed ...
16 Aug 2018 in GuitarDesigned and built (if you want) in Chicago, the Quaverato Harmonic Tremolo pedal has a digitally controlled all-analogue signal path, with both harmonic and more traditional tremolo settings.
21 May 2018 in SynthsA polyphonic virtual synthesizer that integrates perfectly with a knob and touch-screen controller. Giving you the tacticity of hardware with the versatility of software. Is it the best of both worlds?
12 Feb 2018 in StudioNavigate your DAW like a boss with this palm-sized programmable keyboard shortcut and macro controller. TouchPad has 36 keys for up to 5 commands per key for super fast audio editing.
04 Jan 2018 in SynthsThe SWT16 (Sweet 16) is a wonderfully glowing 16-step sequencer with 16-tracks and 16 modes of operation. It's Arduino based open hardware and will be available as a DIY kit soon.
25 Oct 2017 in SynthsDmitry Morozov aka ::vtol:: destroys the limitations of step sequencing by creating a 240 step sequencing monster that seems to suck all the fun out of hardware sequencing.
01 Jul 2017 in SynthsLook Mum No Computer is a YouTube channel ran by UK-based musician and self-taught inventor, Sam Battle. We had to learn what's going on inside this hardcore synthesizer maniac's head, so we asked around!