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Usine Hollyhock II Demo grid

Sensomusic present here a demo of the new grid, the sequencer of Usine Hollyhock II, more info on our website (http://www.sensomusic.org/)
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Here the new sequencer from Sensomusic, part of the version 2 of Usine Hollyhock, a great tool which can  handles repetitions,
with poly-speed allowed ( different cursors with various speed) not only one like in most of sequencers.
It's also a sequencer which can work backward on reverse files, event if you change the reverse in real time.Promising

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A new modular way to program Arduino

A new modular way to program Arduino | Experimental music software and hardware | Scoop.it

to get you started with hardware hacking even without programming background...


Via Jacques Urbanska
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Here a new way to program Arduino, and this will open the famous card to non-programmers ! just drag and link some blocks, upload it to your card...

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Stewart Dunn's curator insight, February 23, 2014 7:54 AM
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Richard Platt's curator insight, February 23, 2014 10:12 AM

Awesome tech for rapid proto-typing Arduino boards for the maker community

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2015 GUTHMAN COMPETITION : Winner is Cantor Digitalis

2015 GUTHMAN COMPETITION : Winner is Cantor Digitalis | Experimental music software and hardware | Scoop.it

It is with a great pleasure we announced the Cantor Digitalis won the first prize of the Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition in Georgia Tech, Atlanta last week !The Cantor Digitalis was played by the Chorus Digitalis ensemble and videos of the semi-finale and finale can be found here(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Qth9MjjI1E) at 2h27'08'' (semi-finale) and at 11h12'33'' (finale).

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Really glad to see the Cantor digitalis win the first place this year ! A really cool instrument is born. Explore the (long) video to find demonstrations. Others winners and more details can be found also on the Gutham site (http://www.guthman.gatech.edu/)

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