This thing is so cute – it looks great, and sounds great too! This is the kind of device that will get a young maker hooked on synthesizers and circuit bending a young age and before you know it they’re hacking their own toys! Using standard through hole components like capacitors, pots, transistors & resistors, and the ubiquitous ATmega328 MCU, this thing looks easy to assemble and fun to play!
The Tiny TS is a credit card sized (100x65mm) fully open-sourced synthesizer with a 1-octave capacitive touch keyboard.
[hat-tip Dangerous Prototypes for the blog about this project!]
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