The Temporary Music Machine is just as its name implies. It’s meant to be used for only a limited amount of performances, and then the parts are reused for another project. The machine works by using two binary counters controlled by the performer. These counters are then mapped to chord structures and drum sequences.
The device is only intended to be temporary. A handmade bespoke electronic musical instrument for a limited number of performances. It is based on the Arduino platform and realised through an iterative rather then planned process.
More about the Temporary Music Machine powered by an Arduino
In the Maker Shed: