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sound bandcamp, synths

new here. had a restless night. been awake for an hour. ugh. so, saying hi and throwing some download codes for one of my sample libraries into this post as a means of introduction. the library is 1800 one shots created on a modular and other synths but mostly modular. it's been out for a while but is still under the radar so if you use any of it it's likely no one will identify this. more details at the bandcamp page. qvgt-73zd fbk2-vxkh ld35-kptv cqv9-6nr9 8xxu-76pg t4ev-v673 terr-6ym4 u6qt-x55z vzr3-vr2g 6tml-6sxu zu8q-klep n5z7-gjr2

livecode korg-nts, raspberry, synths, teensy

Hello, folx! I'm interested in doing livecoding on micro-controllers and micro-controller based synths like the Korg NTS-1. Anything smaller than a single-board computer that has an SDK is fair game. There are a few micro-controllers - Daisy Seed and Teensy - that can be coded via Faust or Pure Data or MAX/MSP via a pre-processor, but I want something with a serial or serial-over-USB interactive / interpretive user interface like ChucK or Sonic Pi. Is there anything out there? I've got a way to build something from the ground up myself, targeting the Daisy Seed, Teensy 4.1 and Raspberry Pi Pico, but that would take a bit of time and then I'd have to teach everyone how to use it.

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