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Programmable-Digital-Synthesizers

This repository hosts the source code for creating simple and expandable digital synthesizers, by using an arduino as an input device, and PureData as an Audio - Synthesis Environment.

1. Monk

MONK is a Programmable Digital Synthesizer, made from scratch using Arduino and PureData. The Arduino acts as an input device, reading the values of six potentiometers and transfering the values through USB to a computer that runs PureData. Inside PureData, these values are passed to parameters that control sound, so the whole setup turns into a musical instrument. You may programme your own patches to completely change the MONK’s audio function, or even use it as a controller for other purposes (for example graphics)

2. HarmonizR

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