Ototo is an all-in-one musical invention kit which allows you to make an instrument any way you want. It's a synthesiser with 12 onboard touch sensitive inputs and a range of different add on sensors to make interactive sound
Slice is an open source media player with a Raspberry Pi compute module at it's heart. It will play back just about any video format, display photos, play music and even act as an Airplay receiver.
I've designed a simple musical robot that plays 20 chromatic deskbells that plays anything from algorithmic compositions and improvisations to pop songs. Using Arduino, 3D printed and off the shelf components.
Hive 76 is a collaborative DIY workshop in philadelphia. We are made up of engineers, artists, programmers, musicians and general creative types. We make stuff just because we can, and we want to show you how too.
Audio alchemists Burnkit2600 infuse elements of circuit-bending, analog wizardry and chip music into groovy gold. We'll be improvising, demoing our hand made instruments and having a blast - so will you! Come jam with us!
Make a Theremidi Orchestra out of three DIY electronic instruments - TouchTone (finger synth), Theremini (proximity sensor) and MicroNoise (light depended synth) - and make some proper noise!
Foxonix is the key to creating fun and awesome projects with your own custom sound content. It's perfect for toys, games, robots, art pieces, interactive displays, or any project you want to add sound to.
Jesse Simpson Cymbals are handmade instruments that have undergone time and effort to perfect. Each cymbal is hand hammered from the start and cut on a lathe to achieve the precise sound qualities that are desired.