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Monday, September 12, 2016

Bleep Labs Workshop Series Featuring The Spectroseq & Ganz-O

Dadgeek example - The Spectroseq

Published on Sep 12, 2016 Bleep Labs

via Bleep Labs: "I’ll be teaching a new workshop series for Dadageek starting next week. The classes are designed to be an absolute beginners guide to making light and sound with analog and Arduino. It will be once a week for 6 weeks with a final exhibition of what you create. The price is $250 and includes the materials, Arduino, bread board, components etc, that you get to keep!"

Video description:

"There's still time to sign up for my new workshop series! Starts Sept 20th!
http://www.dadageek.com/build-audio-v...

Here's a device I put together as an example for my classes at Dadageek.

It's a light painter where each row of 8 is read in order with the hue of the pixel controlling the pitch. Eight sine waves are independently controlled by the 8 rows while the eight columns are the steps.

This was a quick project to show what can be done with just a few components and some code.
More info on the class here.
http://www.dadageek.com/build-audio-v...

The 'screen is made of two pieces of thick Baltic birch that were cut on the cnc the have holes for each APA102. The from is just a piece of delrin. A teensy using its audio.h library is doing all the work.
You can check out the code here.
https://github.com/BleepLabs/dadageek..."

Dadageek example - Ganz-O


"Here's a device I put together as an example for my classes at Dadageek.
It's kind of a relaxation device that slowly changes color while lightning flashes and static swells. The rate is changed when it's touched.

This was a quick project to show what can be done with just a few components and some code.
More info on the class here.
http://www.dadageek.com/build-audio-v...

The screen is made thick piece of acrylic that's been CNCd with a simple pattern I made in blender. A teensy using its audio.h library is doing all the work.
You can check out the code here.
https://github.com/BleepLabs/"

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