I noticed that this PDF of the early development timeline of Arduino had gone missing so I pulled it out of the Wayback Machine and re-posted.
I’m a fan of experimental composer Terry Riley (try some of his organ work like Shri Camel to get started), so it seemed natural to try to adapt his 1964 algorithmic composition “In C” for the Arduino with our Fluxamasynth Shield.
The Reverbalizer is a relatively simple hackable effects pedal based on the FV-1 multieffects chip by Spin Semiconductor. More information is available on the product page; this is a quick guide to getting up and running with the Reverbalizer.
Soundboxen are songs wrapped up in objects, originally inspired by Stockhausen’s Zodiac music boxes. Some are simple music boxes; #1 was an implementation of Riley’s In C (w/tempo knob). Others are instruments constrained to a certain song. #3 is a jukebox of bytebeat; #4 is an algorithmic radio station in a box. This is a great example of what you can do with a Fluxamasynth music generator; read below the fold for the code.