MATRIXSYNTH: Axoloti - New Hardware Synthesizer with Modular Software Seeks Funding on Indiegogo



Monday, January 05, 2015

Axoloti - New Hardware Synthesizer with Modular Software Seeks Funding on Indiegogo


Published on Dec 25, 2014 Axoloti

http://axoloti.be
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/axoloti-a-digital-audio-platform-for-makers

Playlist:
2. Axoloti basic synthesis tutorial

3. H2SO4 - "Step sequencer, oscillators, filter, distortion acid. Screencast and audio straight recorded from Axoloti, no post-production. The screaming sound and detuning are 100% intentional. It's not a track, just demo'ing some sonic power. No samples used."

4. The hoover sound - "3 PWM oscillators, notch filter, chorus FX. Played via MIDI from the LMMS sequencer."

5. Tybett - "Three 'Feedback Delay Network' resonators played by filtered pulses in a polyrhythmic pattern. No processing done outside Axoloti."

6. Amon is broke - "A beatslicer in Axoloti!"

"Axoloti is a platform that blends sketching of digital audio algorithms with the musical playability of standalone hardware.

The Axoloti Patcher offers a “patcher” environment similar to Max/MSP, Pure Data or Reaktor.

The patches run on a standalone powerful microcontroller board : Axoloti Core.

Look at some examples of what it is up to.

Optionally, it can connect to the Axoloti Control, which allows to navigate through patches and adjust parameters away from the computer.

It is still ongoing development, current source code is on GitHub.

Axoloti Control allows you to navigate through patches and adjust parameters away from the computer, without having to assign parameters to MIDI controllers.

It has a graphical monochrome LCD, navigation buttons, 4 endless encoders and 4-by-4 pushbuttons with LEDs.

It’s designed to enable interactions like controlling a 16-step sequencer, or as a 4-track arrangement controller, or adjusting 4 different values of one selected object like an ADSR envelope."

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