Synthberry Pi, A Standalone Pure Data Synth Based On Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
We love everything synthesizer here, as well as everything Raspberry Pi. So the SynthBerry Pi is right up our alley. Room-sized modular synths are great, but here’s a teeny tiny standalone Raspberry Pi based synth. Here’s more from Synthopia
The SynthBerry Pi is a compact stand-alone synthesizer, capable of running patches created with Pure Data. Eight slide potentiometers are connected to the Raspberry to create a simple control surface that lets you control the sound synthesis parameters.
The video presents the SynthBerry Pi prototype and the sounds that can be created live through a Pd patch that lets you control three oscillators and a delay.
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