Program a compact digital synthesizer with the Mozzi library for Arduino. Use common actuators like switches, potentiometers and buttons to control your device, as well as an ultrasonic distance sensor to change the pitch of the instrument. This gesture is familiar to the one used to control the Theremin, the first electronic instrument ever built, born out of Soviet research into distance sensors.
The workshop can accept beginners, music enthusiasts but also advanced users given the wide variety of tools offered by the Mozzi library. Bring a pair of headphones or earbuds to make changes to your synthesizer and hear them in realtime. Also, take a look at the Mozzi library online. If you bring your own laptop install the Arduino IDE.
For Beginners, advanced, music enthusiasts
Requirements: Basic Arduino Knowledge
Price: 27€ for GRAND GARAGE Members & 37€ otherwise