MATRIXSYNTH: Shnth by Shbobo, Ciat Lonbarde

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Shnth by Shbobo, Ciat Lonbarde

via this auction

"The Shnth connects via USB to a host computer, a patch is loaded and then it functions as a (very) tactile, standalone synth.

It can be programmed with either the graphic programming application "fish" or with the programming language 'schlisp'.

I will upload a patch to the Shnth to get you going and include a memory stick with manual & example patches & info gleaned from the Mass Shnth Blog group on Facebook (Well worth joining, it's an invaluable resource.)

There is a series of 3 tutorial videos that will get you started.

From Peter's synthmall website:

'The SHNTH, a computer music device by SHBOBO, features the ARM Cortex 32 bit processor.

It connects via USB to host computer (windows, linux, or macintosh) which may read its squish data, or program the standalone synthesizer in the computer music language, SHLISP.

A switch enables internal batteries; electronic sounds out a stereo-mini jack. It is handtop: four bars on top feel your fingers and two woven antennae below sense palm flesh, complemented by a battery of buttons.
There are red lights.'"

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