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Multi-function-fingerboard-radius-jig-by-ledbelli-bass-guitars. Embedded. Digital sound synthesis has always been a subject of interest to me as a hobbyist.

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Recently, my interest was further piqued by a wiki page on the Karplus-Strong Guitar synthesis. I was intrigued by the simplicity of the synthesizer design. Here's the diagram from the Wiki page (Figure 1): CAD library. Theremin World - Schematics. 3D printing – Synthtopia. The stand holds three Korg Volca devices in a modular-style setup. … Read More 3D-Printed Rack System For 3 Korg Volcas Laurent Bernadac – a violinist and engineer – has introduced the 3Dvarius – a new electric violin design, based on a model of a real Stradivarius violin and created by 3D printing technology.

3D printing – Synthtopia

The body of the 3Dvarius is printed as a single piece, departing from traditional musical instrument production and giving it a very unique property: according to… Read More 3Dvarius – The World’s First 3D Printed Violin Reader Eric Mortensen let us know about an interesting collection that he’s curated of free 3D printable electronic musical instruments, add-ons and hacks for existing instruments.

Researchers at Australia’s University Of Wollongong are exploring using 3D modeling and 3D printing to make it possible to ‘print’ microtonal instruments on demand. 3d Printing Musical Instruments. Back in 2012, I had the opportunity to do a free assignment.

3d Printing Musical Instruments

With DIY 3d printers becoming available in my school, I decided to figure out how 3d printers could change musical instruments. I did a long research into 3d printing techniques, which I tried to combine with musical instrument manufacturing techniques. While replication of existing instruments did seem like an option, I was more interested in making completely new instruments.

Chrome Music Lab. Retro Computer. We had a great time at this years Maker Faire in Newcastle over the weekend of 13th and 14th March 2010.

Retro Computer

My kids, who are almost teenagers, were dragging their heels as we left our parked car, totally sure they weren’t going to have a good time as we walked towards the Centre of Life. Walking up the foot bridge to mezzanine level of the maker faire, you could hear the crackling of the musical tesla coil, then as you reached the mezzanine level you were hit by a wall of sound from the various gadgets and things beeping and booping, the musically exhibits being played and of course the Tesla coil. Their faces slowly changed as they realised there was fun stuff here and after a couple of nervous minutes getting their bearings off they went and for the rest of the day it was like trying to herd cats. A Raspberry Pi SID Player. Of all the vintage chiptune machines out there, the Commodore 64 is the most famous.

A Raspberry Pi SID Player

Even 30 years later, there are still massive gatherings dedicated to eeking out the last cycle of processing power and graphics capability from the CPU and the infamous synth-on-a-chip, the SID. [Bob] wanted to build a SID jukebox. A C64 is capable of the job, but if you want to have every SID composition on an SD card and connect that to a network, a Raspberry Pi is the way to go. PSoC Developer PSoC Developer. Laser Harp with Tah and Raspberry-Pi. Mind and music. Mind and music. Mind and music.

Touch Pianist - Tap in Rhythm and Perform Your Favourite Music. Touch Pianist - Tap in Rhythm and Perform Your Favourite Music. Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. Figure: Free iOS music app - make music and beats. Musique site appli. Seaquence. What is Filk? Singout article. Filk Music by Jordin Kare No, that's not a typographical error (although the word started as one, long ago).

What is Filk? Singout article

Filksongs and filksinging are the folk music of a time and a community, just as, say, Celtic ballads, or new England sea chanteys are — except the time is today (or tomorrow) and the community is science fiction and fantasy fandom. Filksinging got it's start in the 1950's, when fans of SF (never say sci-fi) and fantasy began holding weekend get-togethers — conventions, or "cons" at rented hotels. Sometimes a few musically inclined fans would gather late at night in a corner of the lobby and trade folk songs, often making up mutant lyrics about space travel or elves or convention-going or what have you.

To quote Nick Smith of the Los Angeles Filkharmonics, "It is a mixture of song parodies and original music, humorous and serious, about subjects like science fiction, fantasy, computers, cats, politics, the space program, books, movies, TV shows, love, war, death... " Highland Cathedral. Highland Cathedral is a popular melody for the Great Highland Bagpipe.

Highland Cathedral

This melody was composed by German musicians Ulrich Roever and Michael Korb[1] in 1982 for a Highland games held in Germany.[2] It has been proposed as the Scottish national anthem to replace unofficial anthems Scotland the Brave and/or Flower of Scotland.[3] It has subsequently undergone various orchestrations and had lyrics added in English and in Scottish Gaelic. The tune has been performed by the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, and featured in the album, Spirit of the Glen, which won a Classical Brit award in 2009.[4] The song has been performed at numerous Scottish cultural events, including Scotland's Rugby Union games.[1] The tune was the Royal Hong Kong Police Anthem under British rule which ended in 1997.

Lyrics[edit] Quaver - Analog Looping Piano. The history of electronic music from 1800 to 2015. These 6 Electronic Instruments Go from Retro to Bananas. Dave Sharples. Mobile-access. MidiSeq sequencer. Overview MidiSeq is a polyphonic MIDI step sequencer with some great features, such as note step advance, step modifiers (tie, half, strum, and accent), super stable internal clock, nice swing and two modulation sources with velocity, after touch and CC destinations.

MidiSeq sequencer

MidiSeq records and plays back sequences of steps with up to 15 notes per step. Maximum number of steps depends on amount of notes in each step. If all steps have only one note, the maximum sequence length is about 300 notes. Four notes per step sequences can have up to a 100 steps. Make your very own Tiny Ukulele. Audio Sauna - Online Audio Workstation.

Patchblocks. Build a laser show that moves to your favourite music. The first thing we want to do is provide power to the laser itself, and provide any easy method to turn it on and off.

Build a laser show that moves to your favourite music

The power is coming from the AC/DC adapter, but it ends in one of those plugs we're all so familiar with. What we need to do is wire a receptacle (which connects to our power adapter plug), to a switch (which allows us to turn power on and off), which then goes to the laser driver board itself. Don't connect anything to the laser yet! Why? We need to mount the switch and the receptacle in the box, and you'll quickly find that you need to pass the wires through the little hole in order to mount the switch. Music collection. View More Collection Cover Remove Printable trumpet / horn by Robo Jul 22, 2013 Piggyback piano Janko adaptor by tuutflutes Apr 18, 2012 Whistle by Zaggo Sep 23, 2009 Multi-tone Whistle by conanh Jan 20, 2012.

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Software e Strumenti Musicali Virtuali. Musicovery. Stereomood - turn your mood into music - free playlist for every mood in your life. V3 "Sunrise" 2013. Audio Sauna - Online Audio Workstation. Music Timeline. Nature Sounds. Listen and download for free. Musicovery. Patatap.

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