Showing posts with label LunaKraft. Show all posts
Showing posts with label LunaKraft. Show all posts

Sunday, August 13, 2023

The Orca Synth - A photocell light controlled digital synthesizer, played like a Theremin

video upload by LunaKraft Instruments

LunaKraft also made The Guitron I. Unfortunately the video there is no longer available, but you will find some pics.

"Digital music synthesizer created in the 'circuit bent' style, uses two photocell light sensors to create synth notes in any selectable key.

Each photocell controls notes for one voice of the synthesizer, each voice can be modified separately.
1. Octave control: selects 1-4 octaves for each voice.
2. Modulation effect control.
3. Control note length of each voice.
4. Waveforms: Square, Sine, Triangle, Ramp, Noise.
5. *Select 12 different keys.
6. A chorus effect.
7. Note pulse effect.

Some of the sounds remind me of the sonar sounds made by whales, hence the name Orca Synth."

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Guitron I Synth Controls

Published on Aug 20, 2014 axeonic

"This video just explains the controls of the Guitron I synthesizer."

One recently went up for sale here.

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Unique LunaKraft Guitar Synthesizer: The Guitron I

Note: Auction links are affiliate links for which the site may be compensated.
Published on Aug 3, 2014 axeonic

via this auction

"Hand crafted, custom made guitar styled synthesizer made by
Curly/flame maple neck with touch sensor fretboard.
Poplar body with curly maple accents.

Synth functions include modulation control, envelope control, waveforms include sine, square, saw tooth, noise, note octave control, key adjustment (play in any key), note duration control, arpeggio function with speed control and 16 touch sensors.

Very suitable for synth bass, pulse beats and synth lead. With all of the controls mentioned above the sounds produced are vast. Pulsing synth beats are created by using the arpeggio function and adjusting octave, envelope and modulation. You can create synth lead and bass notes in any key and in 12 octaves."

Note this is the first LunaKraft post on MATRIXSYNTH.


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