Blade Runner Inspired Instrument Pascal2049 Responds To Atmospheric Pressure and Touch #MusicMonday
Blade Runner continues to inspire design and sound decades after it was released. gilou gilou has made an instrument that takes its visual inspiration from both Blade Runner. Here’s more from gilou gilou:
I made an inflatable instrument (Named Pascal2049). It’s a atmospheric pressure sensitive controler for analog synthesisers and Eurorack. It’s a first version and I may improve it in the future. For the look I was inspired by both blade runner movies. The first video is a Model D and an iPad with borderland granular. The second is Microbrute solo and my sister playingTech Spec :Cv out with the pressuregate out with the capacitive buttonArduino, pressure sensor and DACOne potentiometer is for tuning the other range.
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