Quick Experiment with my new Raspberry Pi Zero module (lower left box second from the right with 4 orange leds). The Rpi is running Pure Data. I built a 4 voice step sequencer that is synced to ableton link (wirelessly! So cool!) all in PD. I program the sequencer using Touchosc on my phone, which sends OSC messages to PD to tell it which steps to make active. PD connects to an arduino and sends midi messages over USB, which in turn the arduino uses to generate short voltages (ie triggers, the blinky lights you see). These voltages then trigger sounds on the modular!
Also running Elastic Drums on my phone, which is also synced wirelessly through Link, then mixed with the modular. Also using my new linear feedback shift register noise module (noise clap sound) and another arduino programmed as a VCO.
WHEW! OK back to work now
#synthdiy #raspberrypi #abletonlink #modular #elasticdrums #arduino # funky

Quick Experiment with my new Raspberry Pi Zero module (lower left box second from the right with 4 orange leds). The Rpi is running Pure Data. I built a 4 voice step sequencer that is synced to ableton link (wirelessly! So cool!) all in PD. I program the sequencer using Touchosc on my phone, which sends OSC messages to PD to tell it which steps to make active. PD connects to an arduino and sends midi messages over USB, which in turn the arduino uses to generate short voltages (ie triggers, the blinky lights you see). These voltages then trigger sounds on the modular!
Also running Elastic Drums on my phone, which is also synced wirelessly through Link, then mixed with the modular. Also using my new linear feedback shift register noise module (noise clap sound) and another arduino programmed as a VCO.
WHEW! OK back to work now
#synthdiy #raspberrypi #abletonlink #modular #elasticdrums #arduino # funky