A quick and dirty demonstration of the XenoSonic Audio Interface. A Yamaha S03 Synthesizer is hooked up directly to the miniBrute DRSSTC via the XenoSonic Audio Interface.
Since the XenoSonic only produces monophonic output, i prerecorded the Bach Fugue in Gminor on my Allen C-6 Classical organ and then simply added various voices using the Yamaha S03 in real time to the Tesla coil. Its quite a bit sloppy, but thats mostly because i didn’t really practice how i was going to play individual voices from the piece and i had a hard time hearing the actual prerecorded music, so its a bit out of synch.
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