Adafruit’s Game of Life Kit Used to Hack Synth Module #MusicMonday
Quick test of a trigger module for modular synth. 64 outputs controlled by a MIDI input, or ‘game of life’ mode using John Conway’s cellular automaton rules.
The video shows a few percussion modules connected, but it can of course be used to trigger envelope generators, sequencer steps etc.
Uses one of those lovely 8×8 LED matrices by Adafruit.
Based on Tyler Hyndman’s code: https://github.com/tylo42/Arduino-Gam…“
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