Michael Horne of raspberry pi pod is a raspberry pi blog hero. We’re so excited to share his project here! From raspberry pi pod:
For a long time, I’ve wanted to do a project which involved two of my passions: the Raspberry Pi and music. I’ve seen several projects which have successfully managed it, in particular the Joytone which used lots of joysticks to create music. More recently, Calvin Cherry created a musical instrument with sensors attached to his body which produced sound based on movement and position.
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