The “Monolith”, a Teensy-Powered Interactive Synthesizer! | YouTube

A great YouTube video: The “Monolith”, a Teensy-Powered Interactive Synthesizer!

We invite Paul Stroffregen and Darcy Neal to our studio to assemble the Monolith, an interactive musical sculpture they and their friends created for this year’s Maker Faire. Paul is the inventor of the Teensy, the small and power microcroller that powers the Monolith, generating all of its sounds in real-time! And it sounds AWESOME.

Learn more about Teensy at: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/
Find Dacy Neal’s works at http://www.ladybrainstudios.com/
Find Ben Davis’ work at: https://malekkoheavyindustry.com/
Find Ross Fish’s work at: http://www.moffenzeefmodular.com/

Shot by Gunther Kirsch and edited by Norman Chan

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