Wednesday, 4 September 2019

THE POCKET SYNTHESISER

My battle worn pocket synthesiser I made a while back is needing some attention. I’ve taken the soldering iron to it and burnt my finger, as well as melted a small area on my laptop’s space bar but my synth is back working again and ready to be programmed. Click here to see the original video of when I made it.


At the heart of the synthesiser is a Microbit and this time around I’ve been attempting to get the simple speech synthesiser working with varying degrees of success. Here is my attempt at making a random poetry generator. Reading from the potentiometers govern what lists of words are used though I think it would work better as a text output rather than speech.

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