COMDASUAR Mk II
An implementation for the Raspberry Pi of Jose Vicente Asuar's COMDASUAR digital music computer.
In 1978 Chilean Computer Music Pioneer Jose Vicente Asuar built a sequencing synthesizer for around $1000 similar systems at the time costed tens or hundreds of thousands. His machine also had some unique features, as it was designed as a computer assisted composition tool for "traditional" western calssical music.
The current system will run on a Raspberry Pi, but it doesn't require one. It is written in python and uses Csound as the sound engine. If an arduino is connected to the system, and it has the "Old Standard Firmata" firmware installed, the 6 analog inputs can control 6 parameters.
The most current version can be found at: http://github.com/mantaraya36/asuar