September 16, 2014 – 10:05 am | No Comment

Audiofanzine put the Waldorf Streichfett digital synthesizer to the test. Released earlier this year, the small box is designed to replicate the sound of vintage string machines.
Read the review
SynthGear Tagstest waldorf streichfett

Read the full story »
Home » controllers, Headline, Software, Strange and Weird, Videos

Mouth-controlled synthesizer

Submitted by on September 16, 2010 – 7:00 pm One Comment

Marek Bereza is an industrial/interaction designer, and came up with a fantastic control system called the Speakatron. It’s a mouth-controlled softsynth!

The Speaktron software uses your webcam to determine if your mouth is open or closed, the shape of your lips and the position of your mouth on the screen. It uses this information to create sounds.

Marek created the strange synth for Music Hack Day London 2010, which took place on September 4th and 5th. It came in first place for Best Music Hack.

Check out the video:

How cool is that? The greatest part about this software, is that you can download it for free from his site, and he also makes the source code available if you want to try and integrate it into other software. Beautiful.

via

SynthGear Tags

  • mouth synthesizer
  • modular synthesizer mouth controller
  • sound controlled synthesizer
  • what is the synthesizer with mouth called

One Comment »

Leave a comment!

You must be logged in to post a comment.