Raspberry Pi Guitar and BioTek 2 synthesizer Geeky Gadgets Ahead of the upcoming NAMM 2019 Show taking place later this week from January 24th – 27th in California and showcasing new music technology.
Missing for five years, Destiny ’s soundtrack album, Music of the Spheres, resurfaced in 2017. Composer Marty O’Donnell reflects on what happened, in this excerpt from Wireframe issue 4 , available tomorrow, 20 December.
htxt.africa This playable Raspberry Pi guitar goes up to 12…12 feet tall that is htxt.africa Developer Chris Riebschlager and the people at Dimensional Innovations have created a playable Raspberry Pi guitar that stands at 12 feet (3.6 metres) tall for the Boulevardia music festival. The body of the guitar is made out of MDF wood with steel …
I’d say I am a passable guitarist. Ever since I learnt about the existence of the Raspberry Pi in 2012, I’ve wondered how I could use one as a guitar effects unit. Unfortunately, I’m also quite lazy and have therefore done precisely nothing to make one.
Is it a guitar that’s also a Game Boy, or a Game Boy that’s also a guitar?
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi And Arduino Powered Guitar Plays Network Logs (video) Geeky Gadgets Anyone looking for a more unique way to manage their network logs and scan for problems or issues, may be interested in a new guitar that has been modified to be powered by an Arduino and Raspberry Pi set up. The Raspberry Pi powered guitar then
What do you get if you cross a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), a Guitar Hero Controller, a Famicom Controller, a Raspberry Pi and a toy keyboard? You don’t *really* get a duck-billed platypus, but this Venn diagram is so good I had to work it in somehow.
Regular readers will know that I’m a particular sucker for musical hackery involving a Raspberry Pi. I’ve got two really terrific examples to share today. First up, here’s a guitar effects box from Pierre Massat.