Hey guys! This is my first post here, but I've been following this site for some time and really like it. I wanted to share a project on which I've been working for a long time. It's called 'LightSeq' and it's a raspberry pi / arduino based system for live electronic music performance. Here is a general intro video: Vimeo and a documentation of performance: Youtube At the moment I'm finishing building version 2 prototype with added color sensitivity, synq in and out, CV out and few other features. I'm thinking to make them available for sale in the future and wold appreciate some input from you guys. Hope you enjoy and comment, and share. Cheers! hardware Instrument diy technique Performance
Welcome aboard @ctrlfreq!
This project is something else. I like the look of the main board, curious what all is going on there? Is it possible to use alternative light sources? IE, sit around in a train station and try to "capture" the passing lights from the train? Or does the source have to be quite close up? Possible to build some kind of app to have participants in the crowd interact with your rig somehow (Bluetooth, etc)?
The drum bit is interesting.
What parts of this are you working on currently? Thank you for sharing, curious to see/hear more updates.