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Musical Geekery

by Matthias Derer on October 26th, 2009

I am not only a code nerd, but also very fond of modern music and music
making.
 
There are a lot of great new instruments and devices to make and
manipulate sound – among those for example the monome
(http://monome.org/) and the concept of the themerin.
 
All very geeky and interesting.
 
Today, I discovered a new work by Luca De Rosso. For a thesis project he
designed “OTTO”.
It’s pure awesomeness. See/listen for yourself:
 

 
It is based on the great arduino platform (http://www.arduino.cc/) and Max.
I’d love to play around with this, but as it is, it is neither being
produced nor sold commercially.
 
Read more about it on
http://createdigitalmusic.com/2009/06/29/otto-beautiful-original-hardware-for-beat-slicing-in-circles/

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