Rythm Ring re-invents (again) tangible sound creation

Craft & Design Music Technology

The “Rythm Ring” is an interactive rhythm sequencer that is driven by a tangible interface, similar to the “BeatBearing” project that we covered here on Make back in January. This version is arranged in a circle with a central ring of LEDs that provide the user with live feedback for current “playhead” position with bright LEDs pulsing when a note is played due to a detected bearing. Check out all the details including code and circuit diagrams at the link below.

Rythm Ring via Pete’s Sonic Arts Research

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