ICAD MozziDuino Wearable Synth

Date & time

1.30–3pm 6 July 2016

Location

Pro-Tools Computer Lab

Level 5, ANU School of Music

Building 100

William Herbert Place

ANU, ACT 0200

Tickets

General Admit: $20

Event series

Contacts

David Worrall and Stephen Barrass
 

The MozziDuino is an Arduino Clone with onboard sound amplifier and speaker, a light sensor and an extremely sensitive electrostatic sensor.

It has a USB port that allows you to program the Arduino to synthesise sounds using the Mozzi Synthesis library https://sensorium.github.io/Mozzi/

Have a look at the Gallery (https://sensorium.github.io/Mozzi/gallery/) to see how Mozzi has been used for art installations, museum exhibits, music performances, boutique synthesisers and custom special effects units 

The workshop will be led by Tim Barrass, the inventor of Mozzi, and the MozziDuino.

Upon completion of the workshop you will

* understand the capabilities of the MozziDuino wearable sonification synth,

* be able to program interactive sonifications of sensors with Mozzi.

* be able to add your own sensors and sounds to the MozziDuino

Updated:  12 June 2013/Responsible Officer:  Head, School of Music/Page Contact:  Development Officer