MATRIXSYNTH: Arduino Breadboard Glitch Storm DIY Synthesizer Demonstration

Friday, May 01, 2020

Arduino Breadboard Glitch Storm DIY Synthesizer Demonstration

Published on May 1, 2020 The sound of Non Silence

"2 x Glitch Storm Diy Synths playing together.
One is on an original Pcb and the other built on my breadboard copied from online schematics.

Original Design by the Spherical Sound Society"

"Glitch Storm is an exploratory synth that can be build and soldered even for total beginners. It produces a plethora of blips and blops ranging for chords, techno rhythms to alien soundscapes and FXs.

At its core is a Bytebeat synth but this one is interactive. You play it tuning into frequencies and soundscapes. You have four dimensions in it to explore, three ones via the knobs and a forth one via buttons, changing the equation that is playing.

The unit is able to be played as a standalone or in the context of one studio or modular.

Is quite good for pinging filters too and can enter in an easteregg mode for it to trigger gate outs for synchronizing external gear with it.

You can order the bare PCB, the Partial Kit, the Full Kit and a Build unit.

Users ordering only the PCB will have to source the rest of components and program the Arduino Nano.

The partial kit includes a PCB + a preprogrammed Arduino Nano, so the user will only have to source the rest of components.

The Full Kit has everything needed to build the synth.

There´s a github link where you can find the BOM, the schematics of the project and the compiled file for programming the Arduino Nano."

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