Auduino - Arduino Synth

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Re: Auduino - Arduino Synth

Postby metis » Thu Feb 12, 2009 5:25 pm

AH HA. modplug is what you're after i believe for current freeware. used it a good bit way back when.

http://www.modplug.com/

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Re: Auduino - Arduino Synth

Postby paulsobczak » Fri Feb 13, 2009 3:27 pm

noise wrote:Cool, thanks for the links.

That reminds me I was going to post some circuit bending stuff.

Edit: Music From Outer Space - I have looked here before briefly, been meaning to get back to it, thanks for the reminder.


I have a long standing project from there that I am working on as well. He is awesome!

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Re: Auduino - Arduino Synth

Postby noise » Sat Feb 14, 2009 5:12 pm

paulsobczak wrote:A friend of mine just turned me on to this: http://users.ece.gatech.edu/~lanterma/ece4803/

There is a huge wealth of information there I have started watching the lectures, and I am looking forward to watching more.

So far it is absolutely fantastic, Oh do I wish I would have been able to take a class like this back at university.


I started watching these, so far only the history ones, but good info.

He mentioned Propellerhead Rebirth at some point. It's discontinued Roland (303,808,909, etc.) emulation software that they are giving away free now, looks very cool. http://www.rebirthmuseum.com/
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Re: Auduino - Arduino Synth

Postby noise » Sat Feb 14, 2009 5:13 pm

paulsobczak wrote:
noise wrote:Cool, thanks for the links.

That reminds me I was going to post some circuit bending stuff.

Edit: Music From Outer Space - I have looked here before briefly, been meaning to get back to it, thanks for the reminder.


I have a long standing project from there that I am working on as well. He is awesome!


Which project, the Sound Lab looks really cool.
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Re: Auduino - Arduino Synth

Postby paulsobczak » Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:36 pm

I recently purchased

Hal Chamberlin, Musical Applications of Microprocessors, 2nd Edition, Hayden, 1982; if you get just one book, this is THE book to get. Although it has "microprocessors" in the title, it has a superb section on analog circuits.

based on recommendation from the ece4803B Theory and Design of Music Synthesizers But I haven't even paged through it yet. I hope it will be helpful in the future.

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Re: Auduino - Arduino Synth

Postby noise » Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:40 pm

paulsobczak wrote:based on recommendation from the ece4803B Theory and Design of Music Synthesizers But I haven't even paged through it yet. I hope it will be helpful in the future.


That is ece4803B is stuffed full of goodies, I think I'm missing some prereqs though, was feeling challenged just by the review material in the 4th vid.
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