Arduino-controlled DAC creates the beats

Arduino Music Technology

This video shows a homebrew MIDI-CV box playing algorithmic acid from Max on a connected x0xb0x synched up to a Jomox drum machine with Live and Rewire connecting everything. The result is a pretty cool Arduino-controlled DAC, allowing one to send smooth (non-PWM) voltages into a 303, x0xb0x, or other voltage controlled synth. Check out the video to see it in action.

Robin Price Blog via Pete’s Sonic Art Research

2 thoughts on “Arduino-controlled DAC creates the beats

  1. Max 'shoez' Kingsbury says:

    I am an EE and a stereo enthusiast. Why are there so many words in this entry that I don’t understand? Why are you worshipping jargon?

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