Fancy sounds, @Frankje . Thanks for posting!
Hi Jude @JackANDJude,I have not put your sequencer aside, I really like the idea of activating parts of a synth setup with switches. I put on my wishlist a symphony of rotating sequencer, disk vibrolo, mini pops rhythm, BLE control, mp3, Android synthesizer via microphone bit and LED + light sensor (thanks Frank @Frankje ) and maybe Theremin by light.Step by step by making mistakes and learning.....
Hello @alexpikkert. This is awesome what you did with these discs, I think there exists a similar android of brute or you can record your own LFO in audacity and export is as wav. If you need some music composition, I will gladly help. For the moment I'm finishing the string synthesizer project to publish. Greetings
Here is my light sensor tremolo in action:
I will also publish a project to show the making of the tremolo. :
Magnificent Alex !It looks as good as it sounds too I like the way how you combined motion and sound !Hope to see more demosGreetings
http://littlebits.cc/projects/light-sensor-tremolo-noisemakersEnjoy the making of...!
Love it, @alexpikkert! Can we insiders please have a longer video of just it working and maybe you fiddling with the settings?