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TouchSynth - Digital Audio Workstation [Project]
posted December 23 2013 13:38.45 by spic0m




This project uses an Arduino Mega, a resistive touchpad, and an 8×8 LED matrix to create a simple digital audio workstation and synthesizer. You can compose and play songs in real time and use different types of sounds. It was a nine month process by Steve Mostovoy and Tim Boyle Jr. as a high school senior project.



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