Everything is explained in French, but basically this upgrade is 4 notes polyphonic & brings note length recording, which is awesome. This one is made with a Arduino Mega though, because the Nano doesn’t have enough space to store all the notes available.
I also use the new YES? NO? MAYBE? module a lot in this stream.
This is something new for me but I’m really excited to make new things like this on Twitch and I have TONS of ideas of things to code with the IRC chat feature (like offering the ability of the people who watch the stream to interact with the music … !!!)
I will talk more about those Twitch thingies soon. Feel free to follow my channel in order to receive notification when I go live.
I upgraded my “Wandering” concept by adding some generative video projection. Something I’m working on with Max4Live on Ableton.
I added also a second camera, BUT it only recorded 3 minutes because … I forgot to clean up the SD card … Whatever, the first 3 minutes got a wonderful double camera montage, haha. This will be better the next time. Always!
I just finished this video explaining what this MIDI looper / sequencer does. I couldn’t explained all of the features in the video, so there’s a complete page dedicated to this project in the DIY SYNTHS section.
I’m really happy with this looper / sequencer, cause it helps me to improvise music without turning on my computer, and also recording/changing the notes on the go is a very pleasant way to work on note sequences.
I’ve tons of ideas about a next version of this magic box … Adding a screen for displaying values and offers more parameters to tweak, adding a SD card in order to save real patterns in order to make songs … like a MPC maybe?
What’s next? Maybe a MIDI pedal (I really need it) or a DIY synth module for random trig generation (I will need to build a new case first …)