MATRIXSYNTH: LoFi Future //SimpleViz - 8 Bit B/W Audio Visualizer


Saturday, December 11, 2021

LoFi Future //SimpleViz - 8 Bit B/W Audio Visualizer


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"Available to pre-order: https://www.lofifuture.com/storefac96...

Special Edition Model, only 50 units to be made in this format! All //SimpleViz orders will be shipped in may 2022! After that it will only be available as a DIY kit in a bare PCB format!

The //SimpleViz is a 8bit digital audio visualizer with a black and white composite output (NTSC or PAL) and a mono line audio input. It is inspired by early video games such as pong as well as basic video mixer wipes!

It is built & programmed with the popular Arduino IDE and is powered by an atmega 328 at its core.

Three audio reactive paterns can be selected and combined, each pattern also has a black fill mode, white fill mode and negative fill mode.

There are three control knobs, one for the audio input level, one for the audio input response (adjusts the lag and snappiness) and a third control for refresh rate, turning this knob up reduced the speed the screen is cleared, producing cool repeat effects.

Specifications:

-5V DC power in

-B/W Composite video output (NTSC & PAL)

-Mono 3.5mm line audio input

---Ships in May 2022!---"

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