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OpenHardware DigitalSuper

Electronic sounds are strongly related to the electronic circuit or device producing it. Many famous music styles have their origin in a specific device producing the original sound bed and rhythms. Just think of the legendary TB-303 for acid or the Comodore64 for the 8bit music. Building new electronic sounds means working on the device it self. By directly modifying the sound producing circuitry or software new sound generating methods (like noise generators or 1bit music) or new ways of interaction can be experienced (like circuit bending). To allow musicians and music lovers building their own DIY music devices and getting new inspiration DigitalSuper is also a OpenHardware platform. This means inside pictures, schematics, codes and diagrams of the devices used to produce the songs and sounds are openly available on the site. Some devices can be built in workshop sessions.




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