Mozzi is a sound synthesiser that allows the Arduino to purr, growl and sing, instead of just buzzing the way it usually does….
Mozzi lets you create all sorts of sounds on the Arduino using familiar synthesis units including oscillators, samples, delays, filters and envelopes. These sounds can be embedded in clothing, appliances, sports equipment, gadgets, toys, installations, and many other places where sound not been possible before. Check out contributed examples in the Gallery http://sensorium.github.io/Mozzi/gallery/
MOZZI Arduino Synth Workshop
14:00 to 20:00
Thursday 20 March
Location: Kindred Studios, Yarraville, Melbourne, http://www.kindredstudios.com.au/
Limit of 10 Participants
Cost $90 – includes Mozzi Noob kit
Register at https://mozzi.sharetribe.com/en/listings/42804-mozzi-arduino-synth-workshop–melbourne
Participants need a laptop with the latest Arduino software and Mozzi library downloaded on it.
Mozzi – http://sensorium.github.io/Mozzi/
Arduino – http://arduino.cc/
Tim Barrass is an interactive sound and algorithmic artist, and is the inventor of the Mozzi software.
Stephen Barrass researches data sonification and teaches digital design and media arts at the University of Canberra.
Comments are closed.