MATRIXSYNTH: Caitlin's explains her team's Astro Pi Code and jams with waveforms created from historic ISS data.

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Caitlin's explains her team's Astro Pi Code and jams with waveforms created from historic ISS data.


Published on Jan 28, 2018 The Mad Music Machine

"Team STEAMCademy's Astro Pi code is almost complete and here Caitlin demonstrates how it will (hopefully!) be used to collect data on board the International Space Station.

In a previous video she demonstrated how she can use the data to generate waveforms using the Synthesis Technology Waveedit program, and if successful in the Astro Pi competition she will use it to generate wavetables from this code.

Caitlin then has a quick jam with the Moog Mother-32, Roland System-1m and the e352 Cloud Terrarium using wavetables she has previously generated from historic ISS data."

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